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Time Out says

This genuinely bizarre oddity seems to have been masterminded by Bruno VeSota (later a Corman associate), who acted as associate producer and plays the Orson Welles part as the villain; the director, Parker, is obscure to the point that his name is missing from the print under review. The movie spends an hour exploring a lonely woman's sexual paranoia through a torrent of expressionist distortions which would look avant-garde if the vulgar Freudian 'message' weren't so reminiscent of '50s B features. Still, parts of it anticipate Welles' Touch of Evil.

By: TR


Release details

60 mins

Cast and crew

John Parker
John Parker
Adrienne Barrett
Bruno VeSota
Richard Barron
Ben Roseman
Ed Hinkle
Debbie VeSota
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