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United Kingdom | 1967 | Joseph Losey
The second collaboration between screenwriter Harold Pinter and director Joseph Losey stars Dirk Bogarde—just like their first one, 1963’s The Servant. But this is a color movie—in which a placid Oxford summer is disrupted by the arrival of a pretty Austrian student who ignites sexual, social, and intellectual conflicts among two middle-aged professors and another student. “A cleverly barbed comedy of depravity.” –Pauline Kael. With Stanley Baker, Michael York, Jacqueline Sassard, and Delphine Seyrig. Cleveland revival premiere! DCP. 105 min.
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