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The Innocents


Deborah Kerr, Peter Wyngarde, Megs Jenkins, Michael Redgrave View All


William Archibald (Screenplay), Truman Capote (Screenplay), Jack Clayton (Director) View All

Release: Dec. 15th, 1961
Runtime: 1 hour, 40 minutes
A young governess for two children becomes convinced that the house and grounds are haunted.
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Was there not a problem with its release in the States due to those two kissing scenes?...

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Why he is expelled is never fully divulged and Miss Giddens fears the worst until she meets Miles.
Good thing I got the Blu-Ray copy of the film, cause the film looks as crisp as a crisp.
mark f
The photography is spectacular and the sound design awesomely conveys what could either be Miss Giddens' deepening madness or a presence of unspeakable evil which threatens to possess and corrupt the children in the form of two dead servants who formally helped to raise the children while freely carrying on an open S&M sexual relationship in front of them.
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