For lovers of down-to-earth, in-your-face drama, the late Alan Clarke brough a lot to the table for those of up growing up in the 70s on... Here are the details from Blue Underground's website. This set is due on Monday. So far I have read no reviews or anything about this set. Is anyone else here looking forward to this as much as I am? *** The Alan Clarke Collection Available from: August 31, 2004. Color • 412 Mins • $99.95 • UPC 827058300490 • BU3004DVD Director: Alan Clarke “The Greatest British Filmmaker Of His Generation.” The London Observer His films exposed a real world of raw life like no others. His career inspired a generation of British actors, writers and directors that changed cinema forever. In the years following his untimely death in 1990, Director Alan Clarke has remained one of the most influential and controversial talents of our time. THE ALAN CLARKE COLLECTION brings together his greatest works, most never before seen in America until now. Each film in THE ALAN CLARKE COLLECTION has been fully restored from original UK master materials. Extras include interviews and all-new commentaries by such celebrated colleagues and protégés as Tim Roth (RESERVOIR DOGS), Ray Winstone (SEXY BEAST), Phil Daniels (QUADROPHENIA), David Leland (MONA LISA), Margaret Matheson (SID & NANCY) and Danny Boyle (TRAINSPOTTING). SCUM (1977) Starring Ray Winstone, Phil Daniels, David Threlfall. Written by Roy Minton. Produced by Margaret Matheson. Clarke's graphic indictment of British juvenile prisons made for – and subsequently banned by – the BBC. SCUM (1979) Starring Ray Winstone, Phil Daniels, Mick Ford. Written by Roy Minton. Produced by Clive Parsons and Davina Belling. Clarke responded to the banning of SCUM by remaking it as a shocking, uncompromising theatrical feature. MADE IN BRITAIN (1982) Starring Tim Roth, Eric Richard, Terry Richards. Written by David Leland. Produced by Margaret Matheson. Tim Roth in his stunning film debut as a ferocious, teenage skinhead on a rampage through Thatcher's grim empire. Music by legendary UK Punk band The Exploited. THE FIRM (1988) Starring Gary Oldman, Lesley Manville, Philip Davis. Written by Al Hunter. Produced by David M. Thompson. Gary Oldman gives a blistering performance as a middle-class family man who leads a violent gang of soccer hooligans. ELEPHANT (1988) Produced by Danny Boyle. The stark study of eighteen separatist killings in Northern Ireland. DIRECTOR: ALAN CLARKE (1991) Directed by Corin Campbell-Hill. In this posthumous documentary Clarke's brilliant legacy is explored via revealing interviews, rare behind-the-scenes footage and more.