Time Without Pity | Chicago Reader

Time Without Pity

Made in England by Joseph Losey in 1956—the first film he was able to sign with his own name after his Hollywood blacklisting in 1951. Losey turns a stage thriller by Emlyn Williams, about an alcoholic patriarch whose son is unjustly accused of murder, into a study of power relationships and a statement against capital punishment, all of which is rather more than the slim screenplay can bear. With Michael Redgrave, Ann Todd, Leo McKern, Peter Cushing, and Alec McCowan.

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