Review: I Am a Camera

Directed by Henry Cornelius and written by John Collier, Berlin, the 1930s, a young English writer arrives in the city and takes to sharing a flat with vivacious nightclub singer Sally Bowles. Together they experience the mad swirl of bohemian life and dream of the successes that will be theirs in the future. Starring: Julie Harris, Laurence Harvey, Shelley Winters, Ron Randell, Lea Seidl, Anton Diffring and Ina De La Haye.

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Review: The Silent Enemy

Written and directed by William Fairchild, during WW2, Italian Navy divers use underwater chariots to mine the keels of British warships, forcing the British to send underwater demolition expert Lionel Crabbe and his team to counter these enemy actions. Starring: Laurence Harvey, Dawn Addams, Michael Craig, John Clements, Sidney James, Alec McCowen and Nigel Stock.

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Review: To Sleep So as to Dream

Written and directed by Kaizô Hayashi, an ageing silent film actress hires a private eye and his wacky but helpful assistant to track down her missing daughter, Bellflower. The two follow a succession of bizarre, obscure clues, until they track down the location of the kidnappers and the daughter. Starring: Shiro Sano, Kojji Otake, Moe Kamura and Fujiko Fukamizu.

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