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John Mackenzie (born 22 May 1928), known as "Frenzy Mackenzie" is a British film director. Born in Edinburgh, he has worked in British film since the late 1960s, first as an assistant director and later as an independent director himself. He has been described by critics as "a solid and reliable filmmaker with... frequent flairs of brilliance", but despite tackling such topics as the Hiberno-British struggle, or the assassination of John F. Kennedy he is generally not thought of as a political filmmaker. Rather, Mackenzie focuses more frequently on narrative, character and plot.
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09 March 1990
An elite group of vice cops are fired from the L.A.P.D. for being over-zealous in their war against drugs.
01 November 1980
Harold, a prosperous English gangster, is about to close a lucrative new deal when bombs start showing up in very inconvenient places.
28 August 1987
Plan Aurora, led by Kim Philby is a plan that breaches the top-secret Fourth Protocol and turns the fears that shaped it into a living nightmare.
08 January 2003
The workaholic head of the compliance section of a New York bank flies to Monaco to investigate unusual deposits from an offshore bank and meets a down-on-his-luck international film star who has become embroiled in criminal activities.
24 June 1995
The Infiltrator is an American film about an Israeli freelance journalist who travels to Germany circa the early 1990's and uncovers a story about a dangerously pervasive underground Neo-Nazi faction, who are intent to bring Nazism back to the forefront in Germany.
26 June 2000
Fact-based story about Irish crime-investigating reporter Sinead Hamilton, who invaded the Irish underworld and attempted to expose the illegitimate activities she found.
01 January 1977
A group of children play at being "Apaches" on an English farm, ignoring all safety precautions. One by one they die a variety of gruesome deaths.
30 September 1983
Set in a small politically unstable Latin American country, the story follows the half English and half Latino Dr.
04 April 2006
A documentary about the making of The Long Good Friday, including interviews with John Mackenzie, stars Bob Hoskins, Helen Mirren, Pierce Brosnan, producer Barry Hanson and Phil Meheux.
11 July 1971
A new school teacher learns that the previous teacher was killed by his pupils, and he fears the samm
08 November 1979
Jake lives in the shadow of his dying grandfather, who was once the town's toughest hard man. Despite their hatred of each other, Jake's sole aim is to be as tough as the old man was.
18 March 1985
This densely-packed film is based on a book by Tom Hart about the struggles of a young Yorkshire boy trying to come to grips with squabbling parents, a doctor who wants to institutionalize him because of his epilepsy, and a mother who refuses to accept that he is different in any way -- and that is only the half of it.
17 January 1978
Three men at three different times in history come to Mow Top hill in search of sanctuary from their troubles.
27 March 1992
Fact and fiction are combined in this story about Jack Ruby and a stripper, Candy Cane, and how they become involved in a conspiracy to kill J.
06 June 1974
Exploitation of the people and land of Scotland by landowners
29 November 1998
Fact-based story about a 90's espionage case that was chronicled as the worst case of espionage in Uy
05 July 1975
It's the day of the Orange Parade in Glasgow, but for Jon, the thrill of leading the parade and swinging the mace soon turns to horror as he learns the truth behind the costumes and songs.
19 October 1979
A Sense of Freedom is a 1979 British crime film directed by John Mackenzie for Scottish television. The film starred David Hayman and featured Hector Nicol & Fulton Mackay, is a based on the book of the true story of Jimmy Boyle, who was reputed to be Scotland's most violent man.
14 June 1996
When stowaways are found on board a Russian cargo ship, some of the officers and crew decide to dispose of them at sea.
06 April 1976
Martin Ellis (Alan Dobie) is a blocked screenwriter who invites Helen, an actress (Kika Markham), to a hotel in central London to discuss an idea for a play he is writing with her in mind.
01 January 1972
This compelling emotional drama stars Carol White as a young single mother who finds herself caught between two people – a local priest and a folk singer – each of whom wants to convert her to his own worldview.
20 April 1986
In 1969, an administrator runs against the corrupt president of the United Coal Miners Union, and becomes the target of a murder plot.
12 January 1998
Set on an Edinburgh council estate in the bleak 1980's rising drug dealer Jo-Jo McCann is hellbent on gaining money and power at all costs.
11 October 1976
Bunny has told his wife he is working as a postman, but in fact is wandering the hills all day, wondering why he doesn't want to work.
01 January 1981
A short film to warn children of sexual predators.