DEEP END (1970)
“Deep End is the best of Godard, Truffaut, and Polanski, and then some.”
– Andrew Sarris
From the writer of KNIFE IN THE WATER and director of THE SHOUT, Jerzy Skolimowski, comes a tale of fractured innocence. Drowning in sexual anxiety, a young man comes of age during the height of Swinging London at his first job in a bath house, where his adolescent passions are stirred by his older co-worker. Teenage yearning in all its desperation set to the music of Cat Stevens and Can.
Sat, Jan 27 2018Directed by Jerzy Skolimowski
UK, 1970, 1h 28min
Poster by: Telepath