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Directed by John Cassavetes
Produced in 1968
Main Language - English
Countries & Regions - American film
Shot in searing, high-contrast black and white 16mm, John Cassavetes' astonishingly powerful 1968 feature, Faces, is a film which has had a huge and lasting impact on independent filmmaking, evident in the work of Martin Scorese, Spike Lee and Jim Jarmusch to name only a few. Originally released when Cassavetes was a big name Hollywood acting star (The Dirty Dozen, Rosemary's Baby) Faces was nominated for 3 Oscars - an unheard-of achievement for an independent film at the time. Set in suburban middle-class America of the 1960s, Faces dissects the suffocating world of middle-class Los Angeles where hollow laughter and drunken frivolities mask loneliness and social alienation, portraying the disintegration of a marriage with an honesty rarely matched in cinema.
John Marley heads an impeccable cast as a man whose marriage breaks down, revealing sexual apathy and boredom turning to hatred and bitterness. Powerful, uncompromising and deeply compassionate.
Length: 125 mins
Cat No: BFIB1126
Format: DVD+Blu-ray B&W
- 2 discs
- Presented in both High Definition and Standard Definition
- Alternative opening sequence (20 minutes, DVD only)
- Optional audio commentary on alternative opening sequence by Peter Bogdanovich and Al Ruban (17 minutes, DVD only)
- Seymour Cassel interview with Tom Charity (47 minutes)
- 32-page illustrated booklet featuring interviews and new essays from Tom Charity and Al Ruban.