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from the National Film and Television Archive
(Great Britain 1960)
This story of a serial killer who first films his victims deaths has come to be regarded as a complex and challenging study of the voyeuristic nature of film viewing itself.
A series of programme notes issued to accompany the showing of Treasures from the National Film and Television Archive at The Museum of the Moving Image, South Bank, London SE1 ©BFI
Turn over to read the other side of the programme notes.