directed by Otto
The vast range of responses to and assessments of this movie here are a tribute to what an odd film this is in many ways. And it's difficult to comment on some of its oddest features (chiefly the performances of Dullea and Lynley) without giving away aspects of the plot that it's best you don't know when seeing the movie. I guess it's safe to say that I found both of these performances underwhelming but adequate. To be fair, both of them come off better by the end of the film than they do in its first third. Your take on Lynley's character will definitely evolve as the film progresses, which must in some degree be to her credit.
Theatrical Release: October 3rd, 1965 - UK
DVD Review: Columbia Tri-Star - Region 1- NTSC
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|Distribution||Columbia Tri-Star - Region 1- NTSC|
Original Aspect Ratio
Average Bitrate: 5.54 mb/s
NTSC 720x480 29.97 f/s PAL 720x576 25.00 f/s
NOTE: The Vertical axis represents the bits transferred per second. The Horizontal is the time in minutes.
|Audio||English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Dolby)|
|Subtitles||English, French, None|
Trailers of "The Grudge" and "The Forgotten" , "Bonjour
It is a shame that this is such a bare bones release. NO extras aside from some current trailers and one upcoming DVD. The image quality is quite good - bordering on magnificent. Contrast is top notch. Black levels are very good. Original audio is offered as are optional (disgusting yellow) subtitles. It would be nice if CTS put some effort into their release nowadays. I guess we shouldn't complain - it is out finally and the picture quality is very nice. out of