Jacqueline Bisset once made me cry real tears on a Los Angeles street.
Watched the Criterion Blu-Ray for the first time, and FINALLY there is a release with an audio soundtrack that doesn’t hurt my ears and force me to abandon watching 3/4 thru the movie.
The soundtrack is good old mono, and uncompressed.
I’m not even overly sensitive to this usually, but there was something about this film’s soundtrack that hurt me in an entirely unreasonable way.
I have a soft spot for 1970's supernatural documentaries and exposés, which started with my first viewing of "In Search Of" on TV as an impressionable kid.
Over the years I've watched many that I missed seeing back in the day, and now I am older, wiser, and a bit more skeptical.
A few minutes after I pressed play on this obscurity, I knew it was something quite different. No on-screen narrator appeared, but a rush of odd and…