The Night The Prowler, is about the dark side of suburban middle-class urban culture and family relations. It film brings to the surface some of the darkest recesses of suburban family life. The film shifts from the darkly comic to the deadly serious. A young woman is attacked by a prowler in her bedroom but she turns the tables on him and she ravishes him. She then transforms into a knife wielding, leather jacketed prowler herself and begins sneaking in men's bedrooms at night. The prowlee becomes the prowler. Written by
Nobel Prize winning author Patrick White's first film...
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This film's title, as with its source short story, 'The Night The Prowler', does not feature the words "and" or "of" in its title. Nor does it feature any punctuation such as a comma or dash. The title is a straight run of the four words: The Night The Prowler. The earlier unrelated movie The Night of the Prowler
(1962) did feature the word "of" in the middle of its title. See more