On the Prowl

The choreography of conflict in Joseph Losey's Blind Date
by David Cairns   posted Jul 24, 2008

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I think I know him -- Chris Weedman, right? It's a small world! We've been swapping Losey movies recently, but we know each other, over the internet, since way back.
dcairns   posted 03.09.08

This is a very interesting review David. Coincidentally, I have a graduate student working on a dissertation on Losey and Pinter with reference to JL's early films and I will refer him to this section - unless he has already found it.
Tony Williams   posted 03.09.08

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David Cairns is a writer, director, and blogger. His short film Cry For Bobo (2001) has won 24 awards around the world. He has written for several UK TV series including Intergalactic Kitchen and Twisted Tales. His articles have appeared in The Village Voice, The Believer, and Senses of Cinema.

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