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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.


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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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