Lord of the Flies is famed theater director Peter Brook’s daring translation of William Golding’s brilliant novel.
Hunters led by Jack (Tom Chapin) make their first kill, but they've let the signal fire go out, as a plane passes over the island, infuriating lookout Piggy (Hugh Edwards) and leader Ralph (James Aubrey), in Lord Of The Flies, 1963, from the William Golding novel.
Elected head of the marooned boys Ralph (James Aubrey) with the conch, assessing matters, supported by Jack (Tom Chapin), then hearing a concern voiced by Piggy (Hugh Edwards) for young Simon (Tom Gaman), in Peter Brook's Lord Of The Flies, 1963.
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Lord of the Flies is famed theater director Peter Brook’s daring translation of William Golding’s brilliant novel, and the story of thirty English schoolboys stranded on an uncharted island at the start of the “next” war.
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