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    Enigmatic young Melina (Louise Sorel, Crimes of Passion) has fallen in with a group of Chelsea beatniks, catching the attention of the gang's defiant leader Moise (Oliver Reed, The Devils). But wild and drunken partying has terrible consequences, and when Melina's fiancé Carson (Clifford David, The Exorcist III) begins investigating, the shocking truth is soon revealed.

    Written by Marc Behm (Help!) and scored by the legendary John Barry (The Ipcress File, Diamonds are Forever), this controversial film originally fell foul of the British Censors, forcing director Guy Hamilton (Live and Let Die, Diamonds are Forever, Goldfinger) to remove his name from the credits, but is now finally available to experience in its never-before-seen pre-release version.

    Presented in a digitally remastered transfer from rare print materials, this daring, controversial film is released here with extra features including alternative sequences and little-seen short films from the era.

    Extras:

    • Alternative theatrical release sequences (18 mins)
    • The Party (R A Ostwald, 1962, 16 mins): a time-capsule short about an art school get-together
    • Emma (Anthony Perry, 1964, 12 mins): short film from the producer of The Party’s Over

    Cast and Crew:

    Director: Guy Hamilton (Live and Let Die, Diamonds are Forever, Goldfinger)

    Cast: Oliver Reed (Gladiator, Tommy, Oliver!), Clifford David (The Exorcist, Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure)
     

     

     

  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    12
    Actor:
    Oliver Reed
    Director:
    Guy Hamilton
    Region:
    2
    Number of Discs:
    1
    Run Time:
    95 mins approx.
    studio:
    BFI
    Theatrical Release Year:
    1965

The Party's Over (Re-Issue)

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  • Description

    Enigmatic young Melina (Louise Sorel, Crimes of Passion) has fallen in with a group of Chelsea beatniks, catching the attention of the gang's defiant leader Moise (Oliver Reed, The Devils). But wild and drunken partying has terrible consequences, and when Melina's fiancé Carson (Clifford David, The Exorcist III) begins investigating, the shocking truth is soon revealed.

    Written by Marc Behm (Help!) and scored by the legendary John Barry (The Ipcress File, Diamonds are Forever), this controversial film originally fell foul of the British Censors, forcing director Guy Hamilton (Live and Let Die, Diamonds are Forever, Goldfinger) to remove his name from the credits, but is now finally available to experience in its never-before-seen pre-release version.

    Presented in a digitally remastered transfer from rare print materials, this daring, controversial film is released here with extra features including alternative sequences and little-seen short films from the era.

    Extras:

    • Alternative theatrical release sequences (18 mins)
    • The Party (R A Ostwald, 1962, 16 mins): a time-capsule short about an art school get-together
    • Emma (Anthony Perry, 1964, 12 mins): short film from the producer of The Party’s Over

    Cast and Crew:

    Director: Guy Hamilton (Live and Let Die, Diamonds are Forever, Goldfinger)

    Cast: Oliver Reed (Gladiator, Tommy, Oliver!), Clifford David (The Exorcist, Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure)
     

     

     

  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    12
    Actor:
    Oliver Reed
    Director:
    Guy Hamilton
    Region:
    2
    Number of Discs:
    1
    Run Time:
    95 mins approx.
    studio:
    BFI
    Theatrical Release Year:
    1965
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