Synopsis by Michael Betzold
Also titled The Wild and the Willing, this is a British production about a rebellious young man of the early 1960s. Harry Brown (Ian McShane) is a lower-class troublemaker at an upscale provincial university. He is brilliant but frequently drunk, and he constantly criticizes the elitism of his professors. Harry becomes the reluctant protégé of Professor Chown (Paul Rogers), who sees the boy's potential and hopes to tame him. Harry soon abandons his girlfriend Josie (Samantha Eggar) for a fling with Chown's wife Virginia (Virginia Maskell), a woman who frequently fools around with her husband's students.
accident, alcoholism, class-consciousness, college-student, cultural-shock, death, expulsion, extramarital-affair, family, girlfriend, help, humiliation, husband, marriage, problems, professor, protegé, rebel, rebel-without-a-cause, roommate, scholarship, school, seduction, student, university, wife, youth, will [document]