Something Wild

  • 1961
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Drama

One of only two films by noted theatrical director Jack Garfein, a protege of Elia Kazan, this offbeat, European-influenced indie melodrama plays like a peculiar hybrid of MARTY (1955), THE COLLECTOR (1965) and REPULSION (1965), which it preceded by several years. The film features a strong line-up of behind the scenes talent, notably composer Aaron Copland...read more

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(Movie Ciip) Everyone Is Dirty
Ann (Carroll Baker), brought home by a cop after fainting on the train, the day after she's been raped, finds mother (Mildred Dunnock), who still does (more…)
(Movie Ciip) Long Way Down
Accompanied only by Aaron Copland's score, rape victim Mary Ann (Carroll Baker) has wandered to the Manhattan Bridge, where she meets mechanic Mike (R (more…)
(Movie Ciip) Suffocation
Rape victim Mary Ann (Carroll Baker), who still hasn't told anyone, hops the train at Kingsbridge, in the Bronx, gets woozy and bails at 103rd in uppe (more…)

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  • Rating: NR
  • Review: One of only two films by noted theatrical director Jack Garfein, a protege of Elia Kazan, this offbeat, European-influenced indie melodrama plays like a peculiar hybrid of MARTY (1955), THE COLLECTOR (1965) and REPULSION (1965), which it preceded by severa… (more)

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