The Innocents   7/27/21
by Thief
However, producer/director Jack Clayton, wanting to add layers to Archibald's script, commissioned Truman Capote to rework it, incorporating deeper psychological themes that take the story beyond the inherent eeriness of its plot.

The Innocents   6/13/20
by Gideon58
I love when Miss Giddens sends everyone away to be alone with Miles at the beginning of the final act because ti's the first time she references the Uncle making her the final say in all decisions regarding the children.

The Innocents   10/30/18
by TheUsualSuspect
Miss Giddens applies for a job as a governess, it's her first job.

The Innocents   9/26/18
by pahaK
The children are easily the best characters in the film and the only thing that has some positive creepiness and weirdness.

The Innocents   9/18/18
by HashtagBrownies
I loved how the film kinda changes at around the 3rd act, it was actually a really cool concept to explore in a 'haunted house' film.

The Innocents   6/14/17
by 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 car...

The Innocents   9/26/14
by Citizen Rules
The Innocents (1961) Film Process CinemaScope 2.35:1 Black and White Directed by Jack Clayton Cinematography by Freddie Francis Screenplay by William Archibald and Truman Capote Film Editing by James Clark

The Innocents   8/25/14
by christine
Deborah Kerr as Miss Giddens begins her job happy that she has charge of two seemingly lovely children in a beautiful house surrounded by acres of gardens.

The Innocents   8/06/09
by birdygyrl
I would recommend this movie for the sheer creepiness factor.

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