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It’s one of the most insightful films ever made about the British class system. Read full review
It is a brilliant, subversive account of class relations and the changing times. Read full review
Losey creates an atmosphere of deepening claustrophobic menace shot through with episodes of savage black humour. Read full review
Glaciers might be melting, the polar caps might be crumbling, but not even the passage of half a century has taken the frozen edge off this brilliantly icy film. Read full review
Mixing techniques as surely as it mixes class (graceful dolly shots are placed side by side with the handheld photography), the picture's clever formalist juxtapositions evoke the hysterical confusion of a culture in upheaval. Read full review
Its account of patrician degradation will cause you to blink your eyes. Although it is only fiction, it wafts a thick and acrid air of smoldering truth. Read full review
The Servant is for the most part strong dramatic fare, though the atmosphere and tension is not fully sustained to the end. Read full review
Certainly difficult to define, this period piece messes with genres, power relationships and your head. Read full review
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