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Losey has shown skill at conjuring up corruption and terror. Here he is undone by his scenarist, George Tabori, who attempts a ghostly esthetic melodrama in the style of Henry James.
Moody, leisurely developed and handsomely produced.
Losey's mannered direction, somehow entirely appropriate, makes for a memorable film.
Joseph Losey's best film in years.
If there's a secret, director Joseph Losey isn't letting the audience in on it.
A murky, moody psychological scare story with more holes than a Swiss cheese.
Odd that Losey should make his two overly baroque disasters in the same year, first Boom! then this marginally less pretentious work.
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