Samantha and Alan are getting married, but William Haskins isn't pleased. He grabs a train south to London and begins shadowing Samantha as she tries to get on with married life. Haskins' attempts to frighten her drive Samantha to desperation, but she's having trouble convincing anyone that she's being stalked. Even her psychiatrist dismisses her concerns as part of her neurosis. As bodies begin turning up, Samantha's story becomes more believable, and her dark secret from the past begins to reveal itself. Written by
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Schizophrenia... When the left hand doesn't know who the right hand is killing!!
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Some of Lynne Frederick's wardrobe for the movie was recycled from Largo retorno
(1975), a film she had starred in the previous year. See more
In the introductory voice over, schizophrenia is likened to multiple personality disorder (or dissociative identity disorder). In reality, these are two entirely different ailments, one being a disruption in a person's perception of reality (schizophrenia) and the other a disconnect between more than one personality state (DID). See more
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Music by Derry Hall
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