Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Little Malcolm is playwright David Halliwell's brilliantly vicious attack on the hollowness of the 1960s protest movement. Booted out of art school, misfit John Hurt uses his anger to organize a radical anti-establishment organization with two fellow malcontents. What seems at first attractive and trendy turns out to be a dangerous neo-fascist movement. David Warner costars as Hurt's erudite political foe, who finds it hard to stand up against the raw persuasive energy of demagoguery. Ex-Beatle George Harrison produced this searing sociopolitical tome. The film was originally released as Little Malcolm and His Struggle Against the Eunuch.
uprising, anti-establishment, Britain, dropout, misfit, protester, rebel-without-a-cause, society, revolution, school, artist, youth