October 23, 2012
- Runtime: 110 minutes
- NTSC (Canada and USA)
- Originally in English
This fine drama dealing with a bisexual triangle between two men and a woman features a particularly intelligent script. Jackson and Finch give what are arguably the finest performances of their careers. Academy Award Nominations: 4, including Best Director, Best Actor--Peter Finch, Best Actress--Glenda Jackson.
Actor Daniel Day-Lewis made his first screen appearance as a child in this film.
Shot at Bray Studios in Windsor, Berkshire, England and on location in London, color by DeLuxe.
Producers acknowledge the assistance of David Sherwin and Ken Levison during the production of the film.
Additional cast: Frank Windsor (Bill Hodson); Thomas Baptiste (Professor Johns); June Brown (Woman Patient); Hannah Norbert (Daniel's Mother); Harold Goldblatt (Daniel's Father); Caroline Blakiston (Rowing Wife); Douglas Lambert (Man at Party); Kimi Tallmadge, Russell Lewis, Emma Schlesinger, Karl Ferber and Patrick Thornberry (The Hodson Children).
Additional credits: Hugh Harlow (production manager); Ann Skinner (continuity); Mary Kessel (assistant editor).
Loncraine and Broxton provided the sculptures and models.
Trio from "Cosi fan Tutte" was sung by Pilar Lorengar, Yvonne Minton and Barry McDaniel.
The film was completed and recorded at Twickenham Studios in Middlesex, England.
Copyright held by Vectia Films, Ltd. 1971.