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Sir Michael Caine presents a deeply personal walk down memory lane, paying tribute to the impact of the working class on 1960s British culture in a nostalgia-drenched documentary directed by David Batty. Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais co-write the warm and witty narration that accompanies archive footage from the era set to a toe-tapping soundtrack including The Beatles, The Kinks, The Rolling Stones and The Who. Alongside pithy anecdotes and insights from Caine, the film includes telling contributions from icons of the decade such as photographer David Bailey, Marianne Faithfull, Paul McCartney, Mary Quant and model Twiggy. Following screenings on March 14, there will be an exclusive Q&A with Sir Michael Caine, broadcast live via satellite from London to cinemas around the UK and Ireland.