backtrack; Marnie (1964)


Heavy-handed symbolism, grisly special effects, dubious morals. This disturbed drama of sexuality and identity is a rather tough one to fancy, but it made an indelible impression on me when I first saw it decades ago.

In my most Freudian book.

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2 Responses to backtrack; Marnie (1964)

  1. SJHoneywell says:

    You’re nicer than I am with this one. I thought this was a Freudian nightmare and ridiculously simplistic.

  2. I saw it first when I was a teenager, maybe that’s part of the explanation. Plus I seem to have some sort of penchant for all things psychoanalytical.

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