Reggae Britannia

Reggae Britannia

The acclaimed BBC4 Britannia series moves into the world of British reggae. Showing how it came from Jamaica in the 1960s to influence, over the next 20 years, both British music and society, the programme includes major artists and performances from that era, including Big Youth, Max Romeo, Linton Kwesi Johnson, Jerry Dammers and the Specials, the Police, UB40, Dennis Bovell, lovers rock performers Carroll Thompson and Janet Kay, bands like Aswad and Steel Pulse and reggae admirers such as Boy George and Paul Weller. The programme celebrates the impact of reggae, the changes it brought about and its lasting musical legacy.

A look at how Jamaican music came to influence British musicians to create their own take on it and the legacy it has left. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Rory R (it) wrote: A film with great potential in terms of storyline :) If it was a bit more subtle with the connection between the characters then it would have kept me glued to the screen, but it was all too predictable in the end :/ nevertheless the performances were pretty much spot on, and the idea's were smart even though only Johnny's sub-story was much more interesting than the other two :)

Nathan H (mx) wrote: Hardcore crime fantasy but entertaining none the less

Private U (es) wrote: If you've ever read and enjoyed his writing you will enjoy this very well-made and informative documentary.

bill s (gb) wrote: As for this movie,Anderson is a beautiful woman.

Harry W (ag) wrote: For C. Thomas Howell

Jim D (gb) wrote: Peter Weller and a giant rat. We need to say no more. It is a fun bad movie from the 80s.

bill s (br) wrote: Creative yes.......boring,slow moving story also but the ending saves it for me.

Bradley H (it) wrote: It's silly and stupid, but a whole bunch of wacky fun. Steve Martin and Goldie Hawn should do every movie together. They are amazing.

Panayiota K (gb) wrote: Except for Judy's speeches the movie was pointless. The life of a dancer is hard i guess?? And Jimmy Harris was weird. Lucille Ball was gorgeous though.

john o (us) wrote: An unusual character choice for Robert DeNiro (Mad Dog, Wayne) , in this film he is a sensitive and well mannered cop but when he falls in love with Uma Thurman (Glory) who is owned by Bill Murray (Frank), he will do anything to keep her close and make sure she doesn't go back into Frank's hands.

Jim H (ca) wrote: There are some sparks here, like the music and Hathaway and Steenburgen's performances, but the sparks never really ignite into anything.