No Blade of Grass

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Time Out says

An account of an English family's struggle for survival in the new world created by a virus that has destroyed virtually all earth's crops, No Blade of Grass lacks the primitive power of Wilde's earlier films The Naked Prey and Beach Red. Moreover, in its social attitudes and theorising, it exposes the shallowness of Wilde's conception of man as an animal dressed in civilised trappings that can, all too easily, be slipped off. (From a novel by John Christopher.
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UK release:

1970

Duration:

96 mins

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