Dir. Roman Polanski
UK 1966 | Black & White | 107 mins | Cert 12 | Drama
Cast: Donald Pleasence, Françoise Dorléac, Lionel Stander
Roman Polanski's second British feature was made on the back of the success of Repulsion (1965), which granted him a bigger budget and significantly more creative freedom. An eccentric married couple living in a castle on an island off the coast of Northumberland are terrorised by two wounded gangsters. The film won a Golden Bear at the 16th Berlin International Film Festival.
Available on: DCP, DVD
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