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I'm surprised four people have actually seen this. But since one of the other "reviewers" has incorrect information and since the IMDb has incorrect information, let's set the record straight. There is ONE director credited on this film, not two - that director is Mark Rutland, who doesn't seem to be listed on this page (see below for more about Mr. Rutland). One of the directors listed on this page, named Thomas Constantinides was indeed the director when the film began principal photography. He was fired one week into shooting because the producers realized that a) he was bad and didn't know how to shoot a movie and b) his footage would not even cut together.
The producers, in a panic, turned to a friend, Bruce Kimmel, to take over. This he did after having watched the dailies during the day - then coming in that night and taking over. In other words, a moment's notice. Of course there was not much to be done about the horrible script, written by Thomas Constantinides - all that could be done was to actually get the picture finished, which he did. It was he who shot the effective opening that someone here liked. The terrible scenes in the mental institution are 99% Thomas Constantinides' contribution to the film. His footage amounts to about twelve minutes of the running time. Mr. Kimmel, who is credited here on the IMDb did the film under a pseudonym, Mark Rutland (the name of Sean Connery's character in Marnie). This was something he did as a favor and it was not a project he had much control of, especially seeing as the star, Susan Strasberg, was then dating the fired director. I'm sure that Mr. Constantinides added himself here on the IMDb. And yes, he has exactly one other credit to his name. The other listed director (who someone says has no other credits) has plenty of other credits.
The film was a horridly written "thriller" of no merit. The finished film is not good, but you can't make a silk purse out of a sow's ear.
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