Science Fiction • R • 1966 • 1 hr 47 min
Talk about living a lie. Gripping storyline, fascinating backstory behind the corporation. Terrifying ending.
Made like a prestige twilight zone episode. Rock Hudson is perfectly casted for this existential nightmare
I just wish they went as far with the presentation as they could have.
Insane that this is from the 60’s. Between the creative plot and the experimental camera work, this feels wholly unique for the time period
Killer perfomances, incredible cinematography, and a somber soaked soundtrack
Brilliant sci-fi mystery thriller, amazing cinematography. Must see sci-fi
Was so surprised to see Rock Hudson in a role like this but he was great. Very Twilight Zone type of film
Great film with a twilight zone type feel
Great movie about identity/depression. Has some redundant scenes and is quite misogynistic but overall it is absolutely great!
Hudson gives the performance of his career in this gripping, surreal sci fi/thriller with powerful cinematography.
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