Art of Cinema #466


Morgan - A Suitable Case for Treatment
(Karel Reisz; 1966)

3 comments:

JonCow said...

A remarkable, anti-establishment movie that I saw first at age 14 on late, late TV. It left a lasting impression. It amazes me that the same David Warner later played Jack the Ripper in "Time After Time" and Billy Zane's cruel valet in James Cameron's "Titanic."

Vanwall said...

One of my favorite 60s films! BTW, Congrats to the whole crew of Gunslingers on the Guardian piece, you're permanently fixed in pop culture!

Marshall Stacks said...

loved it when I saw it on the big screen in 1966 and have loved David Warner ever since. His vicar in The Ballad Of Cable Hogue is memorable as well.