The White Bus (1966) and Raz Dwa Trzy or The Singing Lesson (1967)
in Lindsay Anderson
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This chapter discusses two films written and directed by Anderson: The White Bus (1966) and Raz Dwa Trzy or The Singing Lesson (1967). The White Bus is a short film based on a story by Shelagh Delaney. It is about a girl returning from London to visit her hometown in the North of England. The idea of the The Singing Lesson is based on Professor Sempolinski working with students on the presentation of songs and musical numbers.

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