R | | Drama, Thriller
A bureaucrat rents a Paris apartment where he finds himself drawn into a rabbit hole of dangerous paranoia.
According to his biographer Neil Sinyard, British director Jack Clayton originally planned to film "The Tenant" around 1970 for Universal, but this never came to fruition. He returned to the project while preparing to make The Great Gatsby (1974), believing it would be a good follow-up movie, ... ...
Filthy little brat!
When Trelkovsky is unpacking as he moves into the apartment, a crew member is reflected in the small mirror adjacent to the kitchen sink. Two crew members are then reflected in the armoire's mirror as Trelkovsky opens it.
The film has no end credits; only the Paramount logo.
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