A thief breaks into the home of a psychiatrist, who captures him. In exchange for his freedom, the thief agrees to become a guinea pig for the doctor's rehabilitation theories with ultimately tragic results. Director Losey was originally compelled to release the film under a pseudonym, "Victor Hanbury," because he had been blacklisted by Hollywood during the 1950s red scare. First pairing of Losey and Bogarde, who collaborated on several later films, including "Modesty Blaise" (1966) and "Accident" (1967).
Sinister Cinema, PO Box 4369, Medford, OR 97501-0168, Phone: (541)773-6860, Fax: (541)779-8650, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, URL: http://www.sinistercinema.com
Available on VHS
Running time 89 minutes.
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