Essentially a re-release of Michael Powell's 'The Edge of the World (1937)', but with color 'bookends' in which director and actors revisit the island of Foula forty years later and talk about their experiences.
After opening a convent in the Himalayas, five nuns encounter conflict and tension - both with the natives and also within their own group - as they attempt to adapt to their remote, exotic surroundings.
John Smith, a middle-aged married man, is made redundant by his employer; at a loss and despairing, his friend Harry Jones suggests applying to the Embankment Fellowship Centre, a charity ... See full summary »
A young couple attend a masked ball before their planned (but secret) elopement. Suddenly everything goes wrong when the young woman is attacked and held hostage by a crazed attacker. Written by
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i suppose that that the majority of quota quickies were crime films because this limited the size of the cast and the number of sets required.This is a mystery drama with a difference.Not only is the story a mystery drama the actual film is a mystery as it is totally unfathomable.At the beginning of the film Hugh Williams is attacked so that someone can use his costume for a masked ball.Why the thief didn't hire his own costume is not explained.At the ball a shield is stolen and Jane Baxter is abducted.Why she is abducted is never made clear.The shield has been stolen for a mad astronomer who falls out with the crooks.Don't expect me to explain why,and so on.Maybe the original 79 minute version would explain all.Till then we will be kept guessing.
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