Prequel to the Henry James classic "Turn of the Screw" about the events peerless up to the deaths of Peter Quint and Ms. Jessel, and the the sluggish corruption of the children in their care.
Marlon Brando is at his most loutishly erotic, tearing the clothes off Stephanie Beacham in this prequel to Henry James's The Turn of the Screw. Filmed at a Gothic manse near Cambridge, it's a cod-Freudian exercise in sadomasochism, with Brando playing the groundsman and Beacham the governess to the two children sure to see ghosts later. Filmed with a special be deficient in of subtlety and stretching at seventies permissiveness to the limit, it was the last picture Brando made ahead he revived his flagging fortunes with The Godfather and Model Tango in Paris. It's trashily enjoyable, though, which is as good as any Michael Title-holder cinema gets.
Despite its unexpected literariness this is unpleasant and unconvincing bilge water with a dreary script punctuated nigh shock cuts and altogether little term have a hunch.
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