Something Wild (1961)
A rape victim goes through inner turmoil in the days following her suffering the brutal assault. Mary Ann (Carroll Baker) leaves her middle class New York home to wander the mean streets of Manhattan. She is isolated and lonely in spite of being surrounded by people. A kindly garage mechanic befriends the troubled woman on the brink of self destruction - but soon Mary Ann must ask herself if she can really trust him. Musical score provided by American legend Aaron Copeland.
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Critic Reviews for Something Wild
The movie's uneasy blend of symbolism and naturalism might have worked better onstage.
An obscure blast from the past, Something Wild is a narrative precursor to Roman Polanski's Repulsion.
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