When a poor young man, accidently switched at birth with a commoner, discovers that he has royal blood, he attempts to regain his birthright.
Mark, obsessed with the effects of fear and how they are registered on the face of the frightened, murders women and uses a movie camera to film their dying expressions of terror.
Director Michael Powell's opening, from which there was no turning back, his protagonist Mark (Carl Boehm) approaches a streetwalker (Brenda Bruce), in the highly controversial Peeping Tom, 1960, story and screenplay by Leo Marks, also starring Anna Massey and Moira Shearer.
My Brother's Keeper -- 'My Brother's Keeper' takes the audience on a roller coaster journey deep into the distorted mind of a Rogue soldier within the midst of his tragic downfall. Upon returning home to his family in Scotland, it does not take long before they realise that the
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My Brother's Keeper is based on a true story, about a family's struggle with HIV and a community that railed around them with emotional and financial support when their struggle took them to the courts.
A disturbed filmmaker (Karl Heinz Böhm) literally kills with his camera in this ahead-of-its-time shocker from revered British director Michael Powell. Like the same year's Psycho, this film's combination of voyeurism, eroticism and horror repelled some 1960 critics, but its cult reputation soared in later years. Moira Shearer (star of Powell's The Red Shoes) makes an appearance, as does Powell himself (as Böhm's father in flashback).
A disturbed filmmaker (Carl Boehm) literally kills with his camera in this ahead-of-its-time shocker from revered British director Michael Powell.
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