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The last time I saw this it was on British broadcast TV! (Probably bbc). I only remembered certain key scenes and thought it was time to give it another go.
First segment of film explains who Chas is and explains his underworld. Flashes of Roeg brilliance and some cockney criminal archetypes quite well fleshed out. Once the film moves into the Notting flat the film has a distinct change of tone. Welcome to Pallenberg and Jagger's inner-world of pouty decadence.…
Utterly splendid, excellent British Horror at the very top of the fab-list. Highly, highly enjoyable. How did I go all my adult life without knowing about Pete Walker?!? Discovered him in the last few years, and found some brilliant movies. Easily as good as any film ever, not to forget I also like Lumet, Antonioni, Kubrick, Ferrara, Bunuel, Lindsay Anderson- this is up there with the best!!!