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Review

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Against the Odds
The first in a series of Review films about the theatre outside London looks at actors and their situation.
The average actor leads an arduous and erratic life working less than half the year and earning much less than the average unskilled worker. The odds against achieving success and financial security are enormous.
Review went to the Belgrade
Theatre, Coventry, to find out from a cross-section of the company what makes them do it. Directed by TERENCE DIXON
Nucleus
Nucleus is unique amongst modern jazz bands. A quintet made up of the cream of British modern jazz talent. It is backed by a powerful rock rhythm section including John Marshall , voted top instrumentalist of last year by Melody Maker. Their music is powerful and inventive, and leader Ian Carr 's new work ' Solar Plexus ' has interested both jazz and classical enthusiasts.
Review invites Carr and Nucleus into the studio to give a sample of their special blend of formal jazz and progressive pop.
Editor JAMES MOSSMAN

Contributors

Directed By: Terence Dixon
Unknown: John Marshall
Leader: Ian Carr
Editor: James Mossman

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