Fragment of Fear (1970)

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Reformed drug addict Tim Brett (David Hemmings) is vacationing in Italy with his aunt. When she is murdered, he tries to investigate, and soon his whole life is out of control.


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  • Wilfrid Hyde-White in Fragment of Fear (1970)
  • David Hemmings and Gayle Hunnicutt in Fragment of Fear (1970)
  • Wilfrid Hyde-White in Fragment of Fear (1970)
  • David Hemmings in Fragment of Fear (1970)
  • David Hemmings and Wilfrid Hyde-White in Fragment of Fear (1970)
  • David Hemmings and Gayle Hunnicutt in Fragment of Fear (1970)

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1 September 2013 | christopher-underwood
7
| certainly worth a look
I felt this could have been so much better and began to temporarily tire of it somewhere around the halfway mark and then it lifted and ran pretty well to the end. David Hemmings seemed a bit limp and Gayle Hunnicutt almost asleep but then maybe it was the erratic script. I guess there is also the problem where a film is going to have different levels of reality that not all can be made too transparently clear. There is a wonderful cameo from Wilfred Hyde-White and things certainly pick up with the appearance of Daniel Massey and Arthur Lowe. Apart from the dialogue being rather lacklustre at times and some scenes going on a tad too long, the music is completely wrong. I have seen the score by Johnny Harris highly praised and possibly outside of the film the jazzy music is fine but here it is too loud, too obvious and basically, bloody annoying. Despite all this, the film remains likable enough and certainly worth a look.

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Release Date:

September 1971

Language

English, Italian


Country of Origin

UK

Filming Locations

Sorrento, Naples, Campania, Italy

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