Peter Brook's 1963 adaptation of the William Golding novel about how frightening unsupervised children are. Oh wait, or humanity or something? Anyway.
Shot in stark black and white and edited down from hundreds of hours of footage -- the filmmakers left the cameras running while they coaxed their young cast into performing to save time -- Lord of the Flies is one of the most literate and literal book-to-film adaptations ever put together.
Unfortunately, that doesn't stop Adam and Pat from misidentifying the character of Jack as "Roger" (a wholly different character) and simply not realizing their mistake. Come listen to two fools talk about a great movie.