"Jubilee" is an Action/Adventure/Crime/Drama/Horror/Musical/Thriller film directed by Derek Jarman, released in the USA in September of 1979 , starring Jenny Runacre, Toyah Willcox, Jordan, Hermine Demoriane, Ian Charleson and Karl Johnson.
Sex, drugs and punk rock. Add violence and time travel and you have Jubilee.
Who directed "Jubilee":
Jubilee was directed by Derek Jarman, an English director, writer, cinematographer, and actor.
After directing Jubilee, Derek Jarman directed Sebastiane, released in 1976, The Tempest (1979), In the Shadow of the Sun (1980), The Angelic Conversation (1985), Caravaggio (1986), and The Last of England (1988).
When was "Jubilee" released:
Jubilee was initially released on September, 1979, in the United States.. This was thirty-eight (38) years ago.
It has been released on Friday, November 05, 2004 in Spain.
Who is at the casting of "Jubilee":
At the casting of Jubilee we find Jenny Runacre, previously seen in Professione: reporter (1975) and All Creatures Great and Small (1975); Toyah Willcox (The Tempest (1979), Quadrophenia (1979)); Jordan (Sebastiane (1976)) [ more... ]
- Toyah Willcox, Karl Johnson, Helen Wellington-Lloyd and Claire Davenport have all also be seen in The Tempest, released in 1979.
- Barney James and Jordan, Neil Kennedy, Donald Dunham also appeared together in Sebastiane, released in 1976.
- Karl Johnson and Jenny Runacre also appeared together in The Edge of Love, released in 2008.
- Linda Spurrier and Claire Davenport have both also be seen in War Requiem, released in 1989.
What is the Storyline of "Jubilee":
In Jubilee, Queen Elizabeth I (Runacre) is transported forward in time by the occultist John Dee (Richard O'Brien) through the spirit guide Ariel (a character from Shakespeare's The Tempest). Elizabeth arrives in the shattered Britain of the 1970s. Queen Elizabeth II is dead, killed in an arbitrary mugging, and Elizabeth I moves through the social and physical decay of the city observing the activities of a group of sporadic nihilists, including Amyl Nitrite (Jordan), Bod (Runacre in a dual [...]
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