A love story about a girl, the man she is living for, and the man she is living with.
1969 Golden Globes (USA) Nominated best English-language foreign film
Terence Stamp recieved tuition from The Who's Pete Townsend for a scene in which he sings Donovan's Colours whilst playing the guitar. Stamp's younger brother, Chris, was probably instrumental in this as he was managing The Who at the time along with Kit Lambert.Some scenes of Stamp as Dave were intercut into Steven Soderburgh's 1999 film The Limey.
Malcolm McDowell was originally cast in the film, but apparently didn't hit it off with Ken Loach (the director)
Poor Cow video montage featuring Carol White & Terence Stamp accompanied by the audio from the film of Terence Stamp singing Donovan's Colours.