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Accident

UK, English, 105 mins

  • Director: Joseph Losey
  • Writer: Nicholas Mosley; Harold Pinter
  • Producer: Joseph Losey; Norman Priggen

CGiii Comment

Slooooooooooooooow.

Atmospheric...but, dull.

If you can't see the gay storyline...make one up - it will make this film a little more interesting than it is...turgid.


Trailer...

The(ir) Blurb...

The Oxford professor of philosophy Stephen has two favorite pupils, the athletic aristocrat William and the Austrian Anna von Graz. Stephen is a frustrated man, with a negligent wife, Rosalind, who is pregnant of their third child, and is envious of the Oxford professor Charley that has a television show. Stephen feels attracted to Anna, but William woos her and she becomes his girlfriend. Charley has a love affair with Anna but when things go wrong, Anna must leave town.

Cast & Characters

Dirk Bogarde as Stephen;
Stanley Baker as Charley;
Jacqueline Sassard as Anna;
Michael York as William;
Vivien Merchant as Rosalind;
Delphine Seyrig as Francesca;
Alexander Knox as Provost;
Ann Firbank as Laura;
Brian Phelan as Police Sergeant;
Terence Rigby as Plain Clothed Policeman;
Freddie Jones as Man in Bell's Office;
Jill Johnson as Secretary;
Jane Hillary as Receptionist;
Maxwell Findlater as Ted;
Carole Caplin as Clarissa

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