A Harvard scientist conducts experiments on himself with a hallucinatory drug and an isolation chamber that may be causing him to regress genetically.
Robert Altman, Ken Russell, Nicolas Roeg and Jean-Luc Godard are among the 10 directors contributing to this avant-garde collection of music videos inspired by classic operatic pieces.
A London book publisher's mission to acquire information for the Secret Service is endangered when he falls in love with his Soviet contact. Terrific cast in a decent thriller!
Lord Byron invites literary guests - including Percy and Mary Shelley - to an evening of hallucinogenic sex and horror in his Swiss villa. Based on a true story!
Brothers Of The Head movie trailer - starring Luke Treadaway, Sean Harris, Harry Treadaway, Tania Emery, Ken Russell, Bryan Dick. Directed by Keith Fulton. Theatrical Release Date: 7/28/2006
Having just elected to depart Finland, Harry Palmer (Michael Caine) is forcibly recruited back into MI-5 by Colonel Ross (Guy Doleman) in Billion Dollar Brain, 1967.
Slowly gaining confidence, understudy Polly (Twiggy), backstage with haughty Percy (Bryan Pringle), then on stage with his wife Moyra (Moyra Fraser), shooting on location at the Theatre Royal, Portsmouth, in Ken Russell's The Boyfriend, 1971.
Harry Palmer (Michael Caine) must stop a U.S. general from launching an invasion of Russia with a supercomputer in Billion Dollar Brain (1967).
Director Ken Russell is full of flourishes and Francoise Dorleac's cello playing is sub-par, as Leo (Karl Malden) recruits Harry (Michael Caine) for a job in Finland in Billion Dollar Brain, 1967.
Opening credits with some real footage, then well-staged bedlam and Rudolph Nureyev playing dead, the opening of Ken Russell's Valentino, 1977, co-starring Leslie Caron.
Assistant stage manager and understudy Polly (Twiggy) gets cliche` last-minute advice from director Max (Max Adrian), with colleagues (Antonia Ellis, Caryl Little), working up to the first version of Sandy Wilson's title tune, in Ken Russell's The Boyfriend, 1971.
Harry Palmer (Michael Caine) catches Colonel Ross (Guy Doleman) burgling his apartment, rejects an offer to rejoin MI-5 and takes an automated call, in the opening scene from Billion Dollar Brain, 1967.
Alla Nazimova (Leslie Caron) steals the show and then some, fainting at the coffin of the dead star, in Ken Russell's Valentino, 1977.
Tommy (1975), the deaf, dumb and blind kid who becomes a pinball wizard in Ken Russell's interpretation of The Who's rock opera.
It's cold in Helsinki when Harry Palmer (Michael Caine) arrives with his secret thermos, and is surprised to meet Anya (Francoise Dorleac) in director Ken Russell's Billion Dollar Brain, 1967.
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