True. Jackson doesn't even receive billing, but her role is curcial to the plot. Twiggy and Christopher Gable are the stars, although the press release suggests that Tommy Tune, who has a supporting role, was Twiggy's co-star:
CINEMA PROVOCATEUR KEN RUSSELL
Pioneering English director Ken Russell's films are as noted for their arresting visual style as their excesses. No stranger to controversy, Russell often confronts the viewer with lurid imagery that violates the mores of the time, only to then follow these "shocks" up with moments of sublime beauty and grace, leaving the viewer to question his own understanding of the function of art, beauty and morality. A Ken Russell film is never, ever boring.
THE BOY FRIEND (1971) REMASTERED Working at the height of his formidable powers, Ken Russell braids a whole new layer of story onto the hit stage musical that made Julie Andrews a star and opens it up to some astonishing flights of fancy. Wrapping a narrative frame around the original - a seaside theatrical company mounts a production of the '20s musical spoof The Boy Friend - allows Russell, in turn, to explore and parody the conventions of '30s musicals with elaborate fantasy sequences, slapstick, and sentiment. RESTORED DIRECTOR'S CUT/ROADSHOW presentation with Intermission and Entr'acte, as Ken Russell intended the film to be seen. Starring Twiggy and Tommy Tune, with an uncredited supporting performance by Glenda Jackson.
SPECIAL FEATURES: vintage "behind the scenes" making-of featurette about the film.
SAVAGE MESSIAH (1972) REMASTERED Russell trains his outrageous vision upon the life of famed French sculptor Henri Gaudier-Brzeska (Scott Anthony.) An inveterate habitué of the Bohemian districts of Paris, Gaudier-Brzeska produced a prodigious body of work before the first World War brought his career, and life, to an end at 23 years-old. This film pivots on Gaudier-Brzeska's passionate five year relationship with a Polish noblewoman (played by Dame Dorothy Tutin) twenty years his senior. Presented uncut in all its explicit, controversial glory,
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