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A policeman drops in on a wealthy family to question them about the suicide of a young woman they knew. But is the inspector a real cop or something much stranger? Alastair Sim is perfect as the all-knowing visitor in this adaptation of JB Priestley's most famous play, which turns out to be an attack on inequality and how unaware the privileged are of the effect their power has on other people. But it works as a good spooky mystery film too.
A late example of British 'kitchen sink' drama, in which Suzy Kendall plays a posh girl from Chelsea who decides to see how the other half lives.
11–16 years 114 mins
Handsomely gothic, fast paced and beautifully acted, genre master Terence Fisher's old-fashioned chiller is a real classic of horror cinema.
11+ years 83 mins
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