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I Start Counting

I Start Counting

The disturbing British coming-of-age thriller I Start Counting (1970), starring Jenny Agutter, makes its US Blu-ray debut on a pristine remastered Region A disc, loaded with fresh extras, courtesy of boutique label Fun City Editions.

Adapted from the 1966 novel of the same name by Audrey Erskine Lindop, I Start Counting is a welcome relic of its era: it is distinctively late-1960s in its fashions and characterizations, and it is decidedly British in its affectations, despite harboring a rather risque subject matter.

I Start Counting


Fun City Editions

1970 / Color / 1.85:1 widescreen / 106 min. / Street Date November 24, 2020 / available through Vinegar Syndrome / 24.99

Starring: Jenny Agutter, Bryan Marshall, Simon Ward, Clare Sutcliffe.

Cinematography: Alex Thomson

Film Editor: Keith Palmer

Composer: Basil Kirchin

Written by Richard Harris

Produced by David Greene and Stanley R. Jaffe

Directed by David Greene

Lovesick, imaginative 14-year-old Wynne Kinch (a young Jenny Agutter) is convinced that her much older, 32-year-old

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