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Ninety Degrees in the Shade 1965 123movies

Ninety Degrees in the Shade 1965 123movies

Jun. 01, 196590 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – In a Prague shop, an assistant has been carrying on an affair with the dishonest, married manager. An emotionally repressed auditor with domestic problems of his own uncovers serious stock discrepancies. A test of loyalties and a questioning of values concludes in tragedy.
Plot: A woman attempts to cover up the thefts committed by the manager at the shop she works at.
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A curious and likeable film that is an effective blend of Czech and British filmmaking
A curious and likeable film that is an effective blend of Czech and British filmmaking of the early to mid sixties. Script is by David Mercer but from a Czech story and whilst much of the film has a European look there are interior scenes much more akin to British dramas of the time and then there are all these English faces amongst the Czechoslovak. Ann Todd and the lovely Anne Heywood are most effective as is a seemingly out of place Donald Wolfit and less so the overrated James Booth, who at least manages not to disgrace himself here. It is a rather downbeat tale set mostly in and around a grocery store but there is substantial local colour with marvellous Prague street scenes in the city and beside the river and the dialogue convincing enough to draw the viewer in. The main characters are surprisingly well drawn considering the modest running time and although the downward spiral seems inevitable from the start it is never quite clear what might happen as we witness the developing and changing situation. Well worth a look and as the film was apparently cut differently for British and Czech release will merit second viewing of the Czech language version.
Review By: christopher-underwood Rating: 8 Date: 2020-12-31
The Shop Around the Corner with adult themes.
90 Degrees is a strange, if excellent little film which sees Zulu’s James Booth appear in what could easily be a work from the Czech new wave, and indeed some viewers might find the British accents of the cast (some apparently dubbed, some not) a little disconcerting in the context, although it is done well. It’s a modestly scaled tale which is by turn sexual, claustrophobic, and tragic, a title pretty obscure these days but which ought never the less to be better known as it rarely takes a foot wrong. Although Booth looks a little out of place in his European environment, he turns in a characteristically chippy performance as the scoundrel womaniser Vorell, but he is almost upstaged by the dour inspector Kurka (Rudolf Hrusinsky), whose humourlessness is surely inspired by that of contemporary communist functionaries, as well as the performance of Anne Heywood as the doomed Alena.

The 90 degrees of the title of course refers to more than just the sweltering heat of the year, it also invokes the sexual tensions which run throughout the film (most notably in the ‘coffee wiping’ stock room scene near the beginning). Vorell and Alena, as well as Kurka and his wife, are essentially two aspects of the same game; ultimately Vorell’s replacement of tea-filled liquor bottles in the stockroom is a much a betrayal of empathy as is Kurka’s replacement of marital warmth back at home with the coldness of duty. Down the cast list is Donald Wolfitt, no barnstorming from him here though, and one eventually wonders why he accepted such a supporting role. In some ways this is The Shop Around the Corner but a year after and with adult themes. Those familiar with Prague will also relish the backgrounds. Altogether this can be highly recommended as a forgotten bywater of British cinema. There is some fleeting nudity.

Review By: FilmFlaneur Rating: 8 Date: 2013-03-23

Other Information:

Original Title Ninety Degrees in the Shade
Release Date 1965-06-01
Release Year 1965

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 30 min (90 min)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated Not Rated
Genre Crime, Drama, Thriller
Director Jirí Weiss
Writer David Mercer, Jirí Mucha, Jirí Weiss
Actors Anne Heywood, James Booth, Rudolf Hrusínský
Country Czechoslovakia, United Kingdom
Awards 1 win & 1 nomination
Production Company N/A
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix Mono
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Camera N/A
Laboratory N/A
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process CinemaScope
Printed Film Format 35 mm

Ninety Degrees in the Shade 1965 123movies
Original title Ninety Degrees in the Shade
TMDb Rating 6.4 11 votes

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