New Michael Caine film celebrated with exhibition of 60s London

A new exhibition marks the release of a documentary about the Swinging Sixties in London as seen through the eyes of Sir Michael Caine. The film, My Generation —presented and produced by the actor, 84, and directed by David Batty — is out next week.  The exhibition, curated by Zelda Cheatle, has opened in Carnaby Street and has photographs, prints and previously unseen archive footage from the era.

The exhibition, curated by Zelda Cheatle, has opened in Carnaby Street and has photographs, prints and previously unseen archive footage from the era.

Contributors to the documentary who feature in the show include Roger Daltrey, Vidal Sassoon, Jean Shrimpton, Lulu, Paul McCartneyThe Rolling Stones and Mary Quant.

Source: GOLONDON New Michael Caine film celebrated with exhibition of 60s London

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