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If one says that the best things about Séance on a Wet Afternoon are the performances of Kim Stanley and Richard Attenborough and Bryan Forbes' script, this is not to decry Forbes' direction. In fact he does an excellent job.
Creepy but engrossing Hitchcock-like suspense story.
Highly effective psychological thriller, with a stunning star turn from Kim Stanley.
Kim Stanley received a Best Actress Oscar nomination for playing a disturbed medium who conspires a kidnap in Bryan Forbes' erie and suspensuful tale.
Riveting thriller about a kidnapping that goes wrong
The undertakings are as spooky as the title; Kim Hunter shines; and the theme song haunts your mind.
The film's extraordinary power derives from the way in which actress Kim Stanley convinces us of her character's conviction, no matter how misguided and, ultimately, pathetic.
It's a claustrophobic experience and an interesting study of grief-induced insanity, but the pacing is the obvious reason why you've never heard of this film before.
A powerhouse, a haunted house, of a psychological thriller as a curious London couple plan and execute the kidnapping of a wealthy family's daughter. Stanley and Attenborough deliver pitch perfect performances as the couple with an ugly past.
This movie has both an interesting story and interesting characters. If you like psychological thrillers, you'll like this movie. I really liked it.
decent mid-60's suspense thriller starring richard attenborough, who kidnaps a child to please his delusional wife, played by kim stanley. primarily a stage actress, stanley made only a handful of films and this is worth seeing for the fine performances.
An eerie little drama about a medium and her hen-pecked husband who carry out a kidnapping to prove the former's powers of clairvoyance. It goes without saying that the performances of Kim Stanley and Richard Attenborough could not be bettered, but the film really needed a Polanski or a Claude Chabrol to realise its full creepy potential. It is, however, easily the best Bryan Forbes movie I've seen, with a couple of fine suspense sequences.
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