Performance + Q&A at HOME Manchester, Manchester, 28 July 2019, from £9.50 - Book now
Nicolas Roeg would prove a canny alchemist when it came to dipping into the pop pool for casting purposes and he and co-director Cammell hit pay dirt here with Jagger extremely convincing as a washed up singer (“old rubber lips”) whose seclusion is rudely disturbed by the 60s London crime underworld. Influenced by the writing of Borges, it’s a kaleidoscopic and eye-popping look at identity and transformation.
We will be joined by producer Sandy Lieberson and author of Performance: 50th Anniversary Book, Jay Glennie, for a Q&A following this screening at 15:40 on Sun 28 Jul.
Performance + Q&A at HOME Manchester, Manchester