2. gdim:

    Monica Vitti & Terence Stamp for Modesty Blaise (Joseph Losey), 1966

  6. violentwavesofemotion:

    Repulsion (1965) dir. by Roman Polanski: The black and white makes you focus exactly where the director wanted and the visual effects are very limited compared to today’s psychological thrillers. Here, the girl and the apartment are enough. The violence is not graphic, it is psychological. Polanski’s expert use of sound, sets, camera angles and framing all play a great role in creating the horror atmosphere. The MIND is the protagonist here; she is only the vehicle where the mind lives. Her “underplaying” helps the viewer focus on what is happening inside her head, makes you follow her and go through the experience with her. If one decides to watch this film and not experience it, then yes, she looks hypnotized.” 

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