THE INNOCENTS — THE CRITERION COLLECTION
Groupthink doesn't live here, critical thought does.
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Truman Capote's script contributions to adapting Henry James's ghost story "The Turn Of The Screw" appear to have fleshed out the novella's potential for maximum psychosexual impact.
This 1961 gothic horror classic has informed everything from "The Exorcist" to "Crimson Peak."
Director Jack Clayton delivers penetrating chills with economy buffeted by lush set designs that define the creeping insanity of Deborah Kerr's governess character.
Miss Giddens has some twisted BDSM ideas escalating in her imagination. Meanwhile, she suspects the young brother and sister in her charge are up to no good.
Child abuse is at the core of this unsettling shocker.
Nightmares may follow.
Don't underestimate "The Innocents."
This is one effed up movie.
Not Rated. 100 mins.
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