Experiment In Terror
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A shadowy, asthmatic psychopath demands a bank teller to rob her bank of $100,000 or her sister will die.
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This Hitchcockian suspense thriller, pardon the redundancy, stars Lee Remick (1962 was a good year for her) at her most radiant and Glenn Ford, at his most restrained ans was even shot in San Francisco. Under the taut direction of Blake Edwards and the noirish black & white photography of Philip Lathrop, it matches the old master scene by scene (the villain, a Golden-Globe nominated Ross Martin, even cross-dresses at one point) until the final third, which becomes more conventional. The film is not merely one that was influenced by Hitch, but in the opening scenes even surpasses the Master and Remick matches Janet Leigh in the victim department. The film also makes excellent use of on-location filming and shows San Francisco's ethnic diversity which the Master never did, for all his love for the city. In fact, it is one of the best, if not the best portrayal of Chinese-American community at that time.
Watch for WEST SIDE STORY's Ned Glass as a police informant. Mr. Edwards would go on to do shoot DAYS OF WINE AND ROSES next.
If you love older movies, Glen Ford, or suspense then this film will not disappoint you.
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Also, there are some nice composition with cool 60's objects.Read more