Reviews, interviews and features from the international film magazine. More information. Tweet. The films of writer/director Alan Clarke are some of the most forceful, passionate and challenging in the history of British cinema and television. both of state mandated and sectarian violence in Northern Ireland is more than made manifest in later works such as Contact () and Elephant (). Clarke’s political sympathies are with. Thanks to AFN Clarke. Contact was released on DVD and blu-ray by the BFI in , both within their excellent Alan Clarke collection and, on blu-ray, on its own. Originally posted: 30 November [This piece first appeared as a small section of my book Alan Clarke in (which was republished unchanged in paperback in ).
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