Cinema One (1968)
by Tom Milne

The second installment of the Cinema World series, a precursor to the famed film criticism and auteurist series, Cinema One. 


An auteur study of director Joseph Losey, famous for his films The Servant (1963), The King and Country (1964), and Accident (1967). Here, he talks to Tom Milne about his work for the cinema and theater, examines his own intentions and failures, and explains why he did things as he did. He also talks about his departure from Hollywood in 1951 after he had been blacklisted during the McCarthy era.

Doubleday, New York, 1968. VG+

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