BFF21: Quadrophenia 113 mins

4575 BFF21: Quadrophenia

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The Who’s 1973 classic rock opera Quadrophenia was the basis for this invigorating coming-of-age tale and depiction of the defiant, drug-fueled mod subculture of early 1960s London. Angst-ridden London youth, Jimmy Cooper (Phil Daniels) loathes the drudgery of his postal job and his parents. He seeks solace as a member of the Mods, a sharply dressed scooter-riding gang, only to become more disillusioned.

“Manages to be both quintessentially British and irrefutably universal.” Creative Loafing

OFFICIAL SELECTION – Toronto International Film Festival 1979

Quadrophenia is a glorious representational story of male teen angst that transcends its British locations and great music with a sense of the confused romantic notions that young men the world over carry with them.”
Cole Smithey
“Quadrophenia is every bit as fun, occasionally ugly, and upsetting as the heady days of discovering early independence and finding a direction in life can be.”
Common Sense Media