Pressure Point (1962)
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as Chief medical officer
as Bar hostess
as Patient as a Boy
as Tavern owner
as Drunken woman
as Jewish Father
as Jewish Girl
Critic Reviews for Pressure Point
A genuine psychological drama, this is a film that takes place almost entirely in therapy sessions. It takes a Freudian approach to psychological trauma ...
This was Bobby Darin's fourth film and perhaps the best in his brief career.
Audience Reviews for Pressure Point
A 'stylized' presentation of racism that says a little more about the enormous talents of Sidney Poitier than it does about the ignorance of inequality and bigotry. *NOTE: Bobby Darin shines in a very unsympathetic role.
Not a bad film but a little too melodramatic. What makes this film interesting is how disturbing and dark the flashbacks are. Poitier is good as always but a suprise performance from Bobby Darin.
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