- Directed by: Michael Powell
- Cast: Karl Boehm, Moira Shearer, Anna Massey
A movie studio focus puller equips his camera with a spike and sets out to murder young women while filming the fear on their faces. Utterly reviled upon its initial release, Powell's daring examination of voyeurism as a metaphor for the cinema itself is now regarded as one of the most intelligent British films ever made.
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50th anniversary re-release of Peeping Tom - Anna Massey profile30 Nov 2010
'Peeping Tom wasn’t cosy; it was very ugly'
Name Anna Massey Born 11 August 1937, Thakeham, West Sussex Background In the second volume of his autobiography A Life in Movies, the great British filmmaker Michael Powell recalled why he wanted the then inexperienced and unknown (in…
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