Ninety Degrees in the Shade (1965)

Not Rated   |    |  Crime, Drama, Thriller


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A respected grocery shop employee in Prague is covering up for her manager's misconduct with whom she is having an affair; however, things will get complicated when a thorough auditor pays a visit.


6.8/10
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  • Ann Todd and Rudolf Hrusínský in Ninety Degrees in the Shade (1965)
  • Rudolf Hrusínský and Jirí Sovák in Ninety Degrees in the Shade (1965)
  • James Booth and Anne Heywood in Ninety Degrees in the Shade (1965)
  • Rudolf Hrusínský and Donald Wolfit in Ninety Degrees in the Shade (1965)
  • James Booth in Ninety Degrees in the Shade (1965)
  • Rudolf Hrusínský and Donald Wolfit in Ninety Degrees in the Shade (1965)

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20 October 2016 | malcolmgsw
5
| Rather depressing
One assumes that this was made in Czechoslovakia during the brief thaw in the communist regime under Dubcek.One further supposes that one of the main reasons for its production in Prague was economy.Obviously a wise move given the tone of the film.It has to be said that everything about this film reeks of its commercially.The atmosphere in the film is one of dread.The economy of production is self evident,and the title is truly dreadful.It would appear from this site that this film was not distributed in cinemas in the UK,and thus sat on the shelf for over 40 years till it's DVD release.This is not very surprising.The film is of interest in that it features Donald Wolcott and Ann Todd in character roles near to the end of their respective careers.Not to be watched if you are in a melancholic state of mind.

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Release Date:

28 March 1968

Language

English


Country of Origin

Czechoslovakia, UK

Filming Locations

Barrandov Studios, Prague, Czech Republic

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