London 60's is a holiday of disobedience, sleepless, painted in colors unimaginable before the city. Music and fashion capital, where the gods are the Beatles and the Rolling Stones, and the goddesses are Twiggy and Marianne faithful. Rock ' n ' roll and free love shattered the class system, and for the first time in British cinema history, a character with Michael Kane's working-class background and distinctive accent could appear on the screen. For the first time an actor could proudly speak proletarian Cockney and be a superstar. This made famous in "the ipcress File" and "Alfie", a voice sounds behind the scenes "of My generation" — a very personal film, the heroes of which were Paul McCartney, David Bailey, Mary Quant and Roger Daltrey. Unique interviews with the heroes of the "British invasion", the best music and London, seen through the eyes of Michael Kane, a man who survived the 60s.