FILM : Jubilee
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Jubilee 1978 Jenny Runacre, Nell Campbell, Toyah Willcox, Jordan, Hermine Demoriane, Linda Spurrier, Adam Ant Dorset, London, Wiltshire
Director : Derek Jarman   Production Company : Whaley-Malin Productions, Megalovision  Region : LONDON H-L,SOUTH WEST

Queen Elizabeth I travels forward in time to a futuristic 20th Century England where she discovers a tawdry and depressing landscape.

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Jubilee [DVD]

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Jubilee - At John Dee's house in Mortlake, a Lady in Waiting (Helen Wellington-Lloyd) leads three Great Danes through the garden while inside, Queen Elizabeth asks her adviser to summon up an angel.
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jubi001. At John Dee's house in Mortlake, a Lady in Waiting (Helen Wellington-Lloyd) leads three Great Danes through the garden while inside, Queen Elizabeth asks her adviser to summon up an angel.

Jubilee - The spirit Ariel shows the Queen a vision of the future.
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jubi002. The spirit Ariel shows the Queen a vision of the future.

Jubilee - Social and physical decay pervades the land.
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jubi003. Social and physical decay pervades the land.

Jubilee - A car crash victim is robbed as a group of youths fail to react. The gas holder of the former East Greenwich Gas Works dominates derelict houses standing on Greenfell Street in this view from Blackwall Lane SE10.
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jubi004. A car crash victim is robbed as a group of youths fail to react. The gas holder of the former East Greenwich Gas Works dominates derelict houses standing on Greenfell Street in this view from Blackwall Lane SE10.

Jubilee - Chased by Bod, Queen Elizabeth II runs across waste ground in Deptford.
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jubi005. Chased by Bod, Queen Elizabeth II runs across waste ground in Deptford.

Jubilee - Queen Elizabeth (Jenny Runacre) and Ariel (David Brandon) travel in time with John Dee to the despotic, post-industrial wasteland.
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jubi006. Queen Elizabeth (Jenny Runacre) and Ariel (David Brandon) travel in time with John Dee to the despotic, post-industrial wasteland.

Jubilee - John Dee (Richard O'Brien) stands over the body of Queen Elizabeth II as machine-gun fire sounds in the distance.
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jubi007. John Dee (Richard O'Brien) stands over the body of Queen Elizabeth II as machine-gun fire sounds in the distance.

Jubilee - Kid (Adam Ant) makes his way up the steps of The Albert Memorial. Kensington Gardens W2 with South Carriage Drive to the left.
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jubi008. Kid (Adam Ant) makes his way up the steps of The Albert Memorial. Kensington Gardens W2 with South Carriage Drive to the left.

jubi008n. Gates are now closed so I had to stick my camera over the railing. SJ
(Modern Photo Added: 29-07-2016)

Jubilee - The camera follows the young musician. The Albert Memorial in Kensington Gardens.
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jubi009. The camera follows the young musician. The Albert Memorial in Kensington Gardens.

jubi009n. Albert is now gilded. SJ
(Modern Photo Added: 29-07-2016)

Jubilee - Kid sits on the memorial's steps and looks across South Carriage Drive and Kensington Road towards the Royal Albert Hall.
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jubi010. Kid sits on the memorial's steps and looks across South Carriage Drive and Kensington Road towards the Royal Albert Hall.

jubi010n. The Proms have just started. SJ
(Modern Photo Added: 29-07-2016)

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