This is the first part of a two-part interview.
Is it true that the Compton Cinema Clubs counted amongst they're founder members John Trevelyan, then the head of the British Board of Film Censors?
Your father convinced Tenser and his other investors to back Roman Polanski's first English-language picture, REPULSION. What do you think attracted him to working with Polanski?
After REPULSION, surely one of the greatest horror films ever made, they went on to back CUL-DE-SAC. This film was your father's favourite, right? I think it's the best movie Polanski ever made.
Why did Tenser and your father sever their business partnership?
GET CARTER is one of the most loved British films of the '70s. Your father must have been very proud of it.
And you had a small hand to play in the film...
The three Michaels (Klinger, Caine and Hodges) all reunited for a very different, and not widely seen picture called PULP (1972). I love the film. What do you think of it?
Any memories of working with Michael Caine?