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Impressions of a typical Saturday at Blackburn, a milling town in the North of England.
Mixing old archival footage with 90’s street scenes of Asians in England, this film chronicles the role of race and cultural identity in the formation of British society.
Looking at how soldiers injured and disabled during WWII would be helped to live as normal a life as possible in the post-war years.
The author J.B. Priestley delivers a talk about cross-border trade and communications as a benign force, which he contrasts with the military preoccupations of individual nations.