The Swinging 60s

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  • Created on: 23-02-14 00:08
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  • Old Vs New
  • Mods/Rockers threatening older generation
    • A fresh generation
      • Sexual Revolution & freedom
        • Contraceptive Pill Introduction (1961)
        • Fashion
          • Mini Skirt - Mary Quant
          • Changes in society - models from 'lower class' backgrounds
        • Homosexuality Legalised (1967)
          • Year before If was released
        • Abortion Act, (1967)
      • Fashion
        • Mini Skirt - Mary Quant
        • Changes in society - models from 'lower class' backgrounds
      • Old Vs New
  • Permissive society
    • A fresh generation
      • Sexual Revolution & freedom
        • Contraceptive Pill Introduction (1961)
        • Homosexuality Legalised (1967)
          • Year before If was released
        • Abortion Act, (1967)
  • British Film
    • The Swinging 60s
      • Hippie Movement
        • Make love not war - Vietnam War
      • Freedom For Women
        • Equal Pay Act (1970)
    • IF
      • Zeitgeist Film (captures spirit of the age)
      • New Wave Movement
      • Themes
        • War/Violence
        • Racism
        • Permissive Society
          • Anderson demonstrates what happens when a society is over permissive?
        • Individuality/ Fitting into a system
          • Challenging older Generation
            • Tradition
              • Headmaster in Britain Sequence
                • Promoting creativity, imagination, he is being patriarchal, (army walks past)
                  • 'Customs are silly'
                  • 'College is an exciting place to be'
                • Ironic juxtaposition of groundsman and upper class academics. Representative.
                • Contradicts himself: keep with tradition but accept new ways.
        • Religon
        • Sexual Repression
          • Homosexuality
        • Class & Status
        • Tradition
          • Headmaster in Britain Sequence
            • Promoting creativity, imagination, he is being patriarchal, (army walks past)
              • 'Customs are silly'
              • 'College is an exciting place to be'
            • Ironic juxtaposition of groundsman and upper class academics. Representative.
            • Contradicts himself: keep with tradition but accept new ways.
        • Rebellion
          • Crusaders Vs Public School represents younger & older generations of he 60s
          • Underage boys have homosexual impulses - flouting tradition
          • Ironically abiding by scruffy uniforms and being told to 'run, run in the corridors'
      • 1968, Lindsay Anderson
      • Classic Narrative Structure
        • Linearity of cause/effect in the overall trajectory of an enigma resolution
        • Governed by temporal verisimilitude
        • High degree of narrative closure
      • Kipling Poem
        • 'If you can keep your head when all about you are losing theirs'
          • Travis is in an environment he doesn't believe in, he keeps his head to a certain extent whilst rebelling  against the traditional ways of the school.
    • The Wicker Man
      • Classic Narrative Structure
        • Linearity of cause/effect in the overall trajectory of an enigma resolution
        • Governed by temporal verisimilitude
        • High degree of narrative closure
      • Themes
        • Myths
          • Celtic Religon
            • Frog in the throat
              • Uncomfortable scene to watch
            • Sacrafice Of Howie
        • Religon
          • Paganism
            • Celtic Religon
              • Frog in the throat
                • Uncomfortable scene to watch
              • Sacrafice Of Howie
            • Blades crossed in hexagram star
          • Polytheism
        • Sex
          • Howie representing pure, virgin characuture of older generation & no sex before marriage old ideology
          • Explores what happens if a society is too permissive of subjects such as sex - young children performing sexual dances around the may pole.
        • Watching
          • Eye on boat
          • Men
            • Howie
              • Willow
            • God
              • Willow
      • Musical tendancies
      • Huge Cult Film
      • Unconventional Storyline
        • Lack Of clear genre Conventions
      • Questions Social Values
  • IF
    • Zeitgeist Film (captures spirit of the age)
    • New Wave Movement
    • Themes
      • War/Violence
      • Racism
      • Permissive Society
        • Anderson demonstrates what happens when a society is over permissive?
      • Individuality/ Fitting into a system
        • Challenging older Generation
        • Religon
        • Sexual Repression
          • Homosexuality
        • Class & Status
        • Rebellion
          • Crusaders Vs Public School represents younger & older generations of he 60s
          • Underage boys have homosexual impulses - flouting tradition
          • Ironically abiding by scruffy uniforms and being told to 'run, run in the corridors'
      • 1968, Lindsay Anderson
      • Kipling Poem
        • 'If you can keep your head when all about you are losing theirs'
          • Travis is in an environment he doesn't believe in, he keeps his head to a certain extent whilst rebelling  against the traditional ways of the school.
    • Post Imperial
      • Older generation of 60s represented by school in that they haven't accepted the post imperialist age.

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