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This 1963 film directed by Joseph Losey and scripted by Harold Pinter (adapted from a novel by Robin Maugham--and taking some departures from it) is generally considered art-house fare, but the shadowy black-and-white photography and John Dankworth's bleak, jazzy score give it the air of a thriller. Anyone else agree with me?

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