The Young One Movie Review 1961

Information and Film Reviews for The Young One the Movie

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Traver (Hamilton) is a black jazz musician who escapes from his southern town when he's wrongly accused of raping a white woman. He hides out on a small island which is used as a private hunting ground for rich sportsmen, overseen by Miller (Scott), the game keeper. Hamilton gets work as the new handyman and becomes close to the young Evalyn (Meersman). When Miller rapes Evalyn, it's Traver who's once again accused until things can be put right. Racist elements are heavy-handed; one of Bunuel's lesser efforts. Based on the story "Travelin' Man" by Peter Matthiessen.

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Available on VHS
Running time 94 minutes.
Originally from Mexican.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Rape, Justice Prevails...?, Adapted from a Story
Screenplay
Hugo Butler, Luis Bunuel
Cast
Bernie Hamilton, Zachary Scott, Kay Meersman, Claudio Brook, Graham Denton
Director
Luis Bunuel

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