Directed by Seth Holt (The Nanny and Blood From The Mummy's Tomb), Nowhere To Go is a stylish, grimy tale of deception and betrayal. A rare, late excursion into film noir for Ealing Studios, scripted by first-time director Holt and critic Ken Tynan. This is the digitally remastered, previously unreleased original 100 minute version of the film.

Paul Gregory (George Nader, Robot Monster) is a thief and conman. He has come to London from Canada in order to rob Harriet Jefferson (Bessie Love, The Lost World) of her rare coin collection. Having sold the coins, he puts the money in a safe deposit box and waits to be arrested, expecting to be out in five years. Sentenced instead to ten years, Gregory breaks out of prison with the help of Victor Sloane (Bernard Lee, The Third Man, Dr, No, Goldfinger, From Russia with Love), planning to collect the money then leave the country. A series of accidents and double-crosses sends Gregory spinning through London’s criminal underworld, before he ends up on the run in the Welsh countryside with socialite Bridget Howard (Maggie Smith, TV's Downton Abbey, The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie).

Special Features:

  • Revisiting Nowhere to Go (A new Featurette including Crew Interviews)
Certificate:
PG
Actor:
George Nader
Director:
Seth Holt
Region:
2
Aspect Ratio:
16:9 - 1.78:1
Number of Discs:
1
Main Language:
English
Run Time:
100 mins approx.
studio:
Vintage Classics
Theatrical Release Year:
1958

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Directed by Seth Holt (The Nanny and Blood From The Mummy's Tomb), Nowhere To Go is a stylish, grimy tale of deception and betrayal. A rare, late excursion into film noir for Ealing Studios, scripted by first-time director Holt and critic Ken Tynan. This is the digitally remastered, previously unreleased original 100 minute version of the film.

Paul Gregory (George Nader, Robot Monster) is a thief and conman. He has come to London from Canada in order to rob Harriet Jefferson (Bessie Love, The Lost World) of her rare coin collection. Having sold the coins, he puts the money in a safe deposit box and waits to be arrested, expecting to be out in five years. Sentenced instead to ten years, Gregory breaks out of prison with the help of Victor Sloane (Bernard Lee, The Third Man, Dr, No, Goldfinger, From Russia with Love), planning to collect the money then leave the country. A series of accidents and double-crosses sends Gregory spinning through London’s criminal underworld, before he ends up on the run in the Welsh countryside with socialite Bridget Howard (Maggie Smith, TV's Downton Abbey, The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie).

Special Features:

  • Revisiting Nowhere to Go (A new Featurette including Crew Interviews)
Certificate:
PG
Actor:
George Nader
Director:
Seth Holt
Region:
2
Aspect Ratio:
16:9 - 1.78:1
Number of Discs:
1
Main Language:
English
Run Time:
100 mins approx.
studio:
Vintage Classics
Theatrical Release Year:
1958

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Nowhere To Go

Nowhere To Go is a 1958 film made in the American "film noir" style but without being over the top. It has a rather more British and understated feel to it. Good cast, good plot and some marvellous jazz. Would definitely recommend it.