Director Lindsay Anderson's controversial and satirical diatribe of the tyranny of British boarding schools was embraced nationwide in America by anti-authoritarian students in the 1960s. Malcolm McDowell stars as Mick Travis, a rebellious youth who becomes so fed up with the cruelty he and his fellow students are forced to endure that he leads a violent revolt against the despotic headmaster. David Wood, Christine Noonan, Richard Warwick co-star. 112 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; audio commentary by McDowell; bonus short "Thursday's Children" (1954); interviews; theatrical trailers; more. Two-disc set.