Tonite Let's All Make Love in London (1967)
Critic Reviews for Tonite Let's All Make Love in London
I gather this is precisely what Mr. Whitehead intended it to be -- an engrossing and amusing observation of scattered aspects of the current mod scene, done so briskly the viewer gets caught up in it but not so seriously he's likely to be sold.
Whitehead's focus-pulling, dolly-bird-at-Biba documentary on Swinging London scores low on technique but fields fascinating interviews with the trend-setters of the era.
Tonite is a definite case of the right filmmaker at the right time.
An interesting and amusing documentary that captures the icons of the time in candid interviews and performances from the biggest bands around.
Peter Whitehead's anatomy of "swinging London" is at its best when indulging in digressive montages of absurd old-lady hats.
Peter Whitehead's fragmented look at the "swinging" London first brought to light by Time magazine is in some ways a fascinating document of contemporary mores. But as a film in its own right, it is confused, imitative and finally self-destructive.
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