Summary: Starts off like some teenage anarchist dream, only to morph into the downslide of a 'youth gone wild' lifestyle. The cost of too much rebellious freedom is a high one. I like The Who centric sound track. Decent flick.
Excerpt: Got this a couple of weeks ago, but this is the first I was able to give a listen. There are 3 Audio Mixes on here, LPCM Stereo, Dolby Digital True HD 5.1 and DTS Master Audio 5.1. My personal preference is the DD. It sounds more live.
Excerpt: The WHO were big on what came to be called "concept albums" or in their case "rock operas", first "Tommy" , then "Quadrophenia", 2 double set Lp's, and both were also made into films. Unlike Tommy the film, I appreciate Quadrophenia the film more today than at the time of its release.
Summary: Mod favourite and stalwart of british cinema, it has a great soundtrack and is a decent examination of the tribalism of youth culture. It's a little self important and pretentious in places (not unlike your average teenager in fact!
Excerpt: Classic british youth drama , one of the most iconic film soundtracks of all time by the mighty who. Well, i am fairly happy with the results of this latest release blu-ray release, as someone who has owned this countless times on VHS , dvd twice & now hi-def, its pretty faithful to the source print...