La Rose de Fer
'The Film's uniquely peculiar atmospherics have gained it a cult following... some consider it on a par with the original Carnival of Souls| as among the simplest and creepiest of macabre films.' - New York Times
James Darren (The Guns of Navarone) stars as a jazz trumpeter in the throes of a breakdown who is sucked into a perverse mire of psycho-sexual horror after finding a dead body of a girl he had watched being stripped and whipped the previous evening at a party.
'From sex scenes to enchantingly beautiful and cruelly poetic scenes... a genuinely hallucinatory achievement.' (Aurun Horror Film Encyclopedia)
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