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The Seventh Veil [DVD] 
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One dark summer night, Francesca Cunningham (Ann Todd), a once world famed pianist, escapes from her hospital room and tries to commit suicide by jumping off a bridge. She is rescued and taken back to hospital to undergo psychological treatment by Dr. Larsen (Herbert Lom). Larsen, desperately wants to know the events and persons who drove her to this state and help her. He makes Francesca talk about her past with her controlling guardian, Nicholas (James Mason) who forced her to practice the piano and kept her isolated from any friendships... OSCAR winning film. This long-awaited blockbuster is the 10th most viewed film in UK Cinema History, higher than Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings! First ever DVD release. Features extensive booklet notes and a 40 minute Documentary, Home James , featuring James Mason visiting his home town of Huddersfield.
Mason is as dark and brooding as always, and perfectly cast --Filmfanatic.org
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Excellent movie, excellent ending. You hooked now, right?
Women's melodrama? Just hear the names of the two leads...Nicholas and Francesca. If those names don't sound like characters in a steamy Regency romance, what would? But the movie actually is a modern (from the Forties) study of a severely shy young woman's repressed need for love, and her guardian's overbearing need to live his life's dream through her and her talent as a pianist. Francesca's mother had died when she was a child. Her father placed her in a boarding school. When he died, she was 15 and was sent to live with her wealthy guardian in a large London mansion. Francesca was timid, talented at the piano, so unsure of herself at times that she could barely speak. Nicholas, probably 20 years older, was her second cousin. He lived alone in his mansion with only male servants. He was lame, brooding, controlling and a misogynist. One afternoon he learns Francesca can play the piano and slowly entices her to play for him by playing himself. As he listens to her we can see that he is recognizing a rare talent that he most likely, however competent he might be, can never equal. "He was a wonderful teacher," she later says.Read more ›
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Beautiful crisp visual quality and contains a documentary Mason made in the early 70s about his native Huddersfield.Published 1 month ago by Blackpool Lights