Young Carol (Catherine Deneuve) in bed, hearing the events that generate her reaction cited in the title, then seeing her sister (Yvonne Furneaux) and her married boyfriend (Ian Hendry) in the morning, in Roman Polanski's Repulsion, 1965.
The efforts of a man (Peter Finch) to save his friend's marriage lead to infidelity In The Cool Of The Day (1963).
Wow factor not unexpected in the opening of a Roman Polanski film, credits over an unusually tight shot of his 21-year old star Catherine Deneuve, as manicurist Carol, Valerie Taylor as her boss Madame Denise, from Repulsion, 1965.
English publisher Murray (Peter Finch) visiting New York has just met Christine (Jane Fonda), the young and estranged wife of his colleague Sam, (Arthur Hill), seen later at a party, in In The Cool Of The Day, 1963.
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Considered one of the most frightening films ever made, Roman Polanski's "Repulsion" stars Catherine Deneuve as a Belgian manicurist working in Paris and living in an apartment with her sister. Simultaneously repulsed and attracted to the idea of sex, Deneuve slowly becomes more and more unhinged.
Roman Polanski's chilling psychological thriller stars Catherine Deneuve as a repressed beautician who spirals into homicidal madness.
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