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Accident(1967)

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  • Joseph Losey: Unsung master.

    • Jeff Alan
    • 3/9/12

    Joseph Losey is not well known... even to cineastes around the world. Perhaps the best known of his films is "The Servant" starring his "Marcello", Dirk Bogard. One should view his early works in the USA and then his move to his masterpieces in England and France after he moved there when he was blacklisted by Macarthy. "Accident" also features Losey regular Stanley Baker (always underutilized by other filmmakers) and the wonderful Delphine Seyrig and Michael York. Difficult, introspective and always on the edge, as are all his works, "Accident" re-visits one of Losey's main themes of loss and regret. But you won't regret giving this a viewing or two... or three. See, too, "The Go-Between", the shattering "King and Country" and, indeed all his others. Which is my favourite Losey film?. The one I am currently watching.

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