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Beyond the Curtain

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Beyond the Curtain
Directed byCompton Bennett
Written byCompton Bennett
Charles F. Blair
John Cresswell
Produced byJohn Martin
StarringRichard Greene
Eva Bartok
Marius Goring
Lucie Mannheim
CinematographyEric Cross
Music byKenneth Pakeman
Release date
  • April 1960 (1960-04)
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish

Beyond the Curtain is a 1960 British drama film written and directed by Compton Bennett, and starring Richard Greene and Eva Bartok.[1]

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Transcription

Plot

A refugee from East Germany finds herself trapped in her home city of Dresden when a plane she is travelling on between Berlin and West Germany is forced down. She is used by the Stasi, who want her to help them to find her dissident brother.

Cast

Critical reception

The Monthly Film Bulletin wrote: "This inept melodrama creates little impact or excitement during the first half, and its later attempts at suspense belong to the early days of the serial. Human interest remains flabby throughout, Eva Bartok's strident and hysterical performance being just about what the woefully unconvincing script deserves, and only Eric Cross's photography, and a dash of surface action, rise above the generally tepid level."[2]

References

  1. ^ "Beyond the Curtain". British Film Institute Collections Search. Retrieved 24 June 2024.
  2. ^ "Beyond the Curtain". The Monthly Film Bulletin. 27 (312): 82. 1 January 1960 – via ProQuest.

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This page was last edited on 25 June 2024, at 07:04
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