Everybody in The Place: An Incomplete History of Britain 1984-1992 2019 Ages 15+

1.00PM Sat 13 Feb 2021 (1hr 1min)
GOMA | Cinema A | Free

SYNOPSIS

Everybody in The Place: An Incomplete History of Britain 1984-1992 explores the socio-political history and contemporary legacy of the ‘Second Summer of Love’. Based on a real-life lecture he delivered to a class of A-level Politics students, Deller utilises rare and unseen archive footage to illustrate his telling of this significant cultural movement.

From the genesis of house music in the gay clubs of Chicago and the Post-Industrial wasteland of Detroit, through sound systems of British-Caribbean communities to the Balearic bliss of Shroom, Deller charts the momentum that exploded from illicit underground dance floors, cementing acid house and rave music in the mainstream conscious.’ Sheffield Doc Fest

CREDITS

DCP, COLOUR, 61 MINUTES, UNITED KINGDOM, ENGLISH / DIRECTOR/SCRIPT: JEREMY DELLER / EDITOR: DOMINIC LEUNG / PROD CO: FRIEZE STUDIOS / PRINT SOURCE/RIGHTS: COURTESY OF THE ARTIST, FRIEZE, GUCCI AND THE MODERN INSTITUTE/TOBY WEBSTER LTD, GLASGOW