Standing in the Shadow: Peter Whitehead, Swinging London's Insider/Outsider

@article{Chibnall2011StandingIT,
  title={Standing in the Shadow: Peter Whitehead, Swinging London's Insider/Outsider},
  author={Steve Chibnall},
  journal={Framework: The Journal of Cinema and Media},
  year={2011},
  volume={52},
  pages={244 - 277}
}
  • S. Chibnall
  • Published 1 April 2011
  • Art
  • Framework: The Journal of Cinema and Media
The fate that awaits the creator, after being ignored, neglected, despised, is, luckily or unluckily according to point of view, to be discovered by the non- creative. R. D. Laing, Politics of Experience (1967)1 I certainly don't feel easy- going about all the fun everyone is supposed to be having. Is it really happening? Do they stop and screw all the time on the march to Aldermaston? Peter Whitehead's alter ego Patrick Walker in Tonite (1999)2 The London Eye The name of Peter Lorrimer… 
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