The Asphyx

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Time Out says

A person's 'asphyx' is his spirit of death, which can be attracted at the moment of dying and trapped, conferring immortality on the subject. This promising notion, combined with intriguing glimpses into Victorian psychical research and a strong cast, get the film off to a good start. Sadly, it soon degenerates into formula and farce, with Stephens' theatrical delivery adding the mortal blow.
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Release details

UK release:

1972

Duration:

99 mins

Cast and crew

Music:

Bill McGuffie

Cast:

Jane Lapotaire, Robert Powell, Ralph Arliss, Fiona Walker, Robert Stephens, Alex Scott

Director:

Peter Newbrook

Editor:

Maxine Julius

Producer:

John Brittany

Screenwriter:

Brian Comport

Cinematography:

Freddie Young

Art Director:

John Stoll

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