Not Rated | | Drama, Horror, Thriller
Mark's movie projector is a Bell & Howell model 173 "Diplomat".
It'll be two quid
Trunk with the body is left open by chief inspector, but in the next shot of it, it is closed.
The film proved to be problematic for the BBFC who demanded around 7 mins of cuts. Among these were reductions to the murder scenes, closeups of the spike on Mark's camera, all shots of nude girls in photo albums and on colour slides, closeups of a woman's disfigured face, shots of Milly lying on the bed, and dialogue during the conversation between the police officers in the car. Later video and DVD releases contain much of the footage, suggesting that not all of the cuts were made, although the original uncut print now appears to be lost forever.