A distinctly macabre comedy/thriller in which two gangsters (Lionel Stander and Jack MacGowran) are on the run, and seek refuge at an island castle off the Northumberland coast, where an emasculated businessman-cum-artist (Donald Pleasance) lives with his delectable young French wife (Francoise Dorleac).

Year: 1966
Genre: Art House Cinema, Black Humour
Country: UK
Director: Roman Polanski
Starring: Francoise Dorleac, Donald Pleasence, Lionel Stander, Jacqueline Bisset, Jack MacGowran
Duration: 111 Minutes
Rating: M - Contains violence, sexual references and offensive language
Location in store: Art House Cinema



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