A Man On The Beach
Donald Wolfit – Michael Medwin 1955
An injured thief – dressed in drag – is forced to take refuge in a remote cabin inhabited by a blind poet in this oddity directed by Losey for Hammer Studios. Although Losey viewed A Man on the Beach primarily as a continuation of the experimentation with color begun in The Boy With Green Hair, this early British assignment also continues his exploration of crime, sexual deviancy and mercurial power relationships.
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