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Allan leaves paint cans and thinner next to a heater one night, which causes a fire that kills his father and disfigures his sister, Katherine. He goes hysterically blind. After an eight-month stay in the mental hospital, Allan begins to come to terms with his resentful feelings toward his father and sister, and with the guilt that caused his blindness. Now he can see blurry images. He takes his doctor’s suggestion that he talk about his feelings into a tape recorder. He tells the machine how ambivalent he is about Olive, the woman to whom he was practically engaged before the accident. He tells the machine that his resentment over his sister’s near-incestuous relationship with their father has not gone away, especially after learning of her work raising money to get the great professor’s name on a new wing of the library. But his main subject is his sister’s mysterious new boarder, Harold Dennis, a university student who only speaks in a whisper due to a throat injury. He comes to believe that this boarder is out to kill him.
Cast and Crew:
Date Release: 1970
Henry Farrell (teleplay), Henry Farrell (novel)
Anthony Perkins, Julie Harris and Joan Hackett
Action Movies – Mystery Movies
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