Something Wild

1961, Movie, NR, 112 mins

Something Wild
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 and veteran cinematographer Eugen Schufftan, and Saul Bass' striking title sequence — a montage of fluttering pigeons, dense traffic and bustling pedestrians — is a grim, ominous variation on the thrilling city symphony opening he designed for Alfred Hitchcock's NORTH BY NORTHWEST (1959) On a stiflingly hot sum...
Released: 1961 Rated: NR Length: 112 mins

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