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Corridor of mirrors

S. Evelyn Thomas

Corridor of mirrors

the book of the film

by S. Evelyn Thomas

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Published by Thomas in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementadapted by S. Evelyn Thomas and Dennis Yates from the screenplay by Rudolph Cartier and Edana Romney.
ContributionsYates, Dennis., Cartier, Rudolph., Romney, Edana.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13844001M

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Corridor of Mirrors starts with a married woman (Edana Romney) wandering into Madame Tussauds Chamber of Horrors to meet her lover (Eric Portman), a lover that turns out to be a permanent fixture at the exhibit.

It's a promising set up, but as the film turns to the past, it becomes a middling melodrama with sumptuous Gothic overtones/5().

Based on a novel by Chris Massie, Corridor of Mirrors is a British attempt to match the poetry and lyricism of the French cinema of the late s.

Eric Portman plays a contemporary artist who 5/5(1). Chris Massie - Corridor Of Mirrors, Faber and Faber, A blue hardback book with dust jacket in fine condition. Also made into a film of same name. A strange, sympathetic novel that's worth a read. Condition: A good book with faded spine, foxing to fore edge.

book club. Corridor of Mirrors Terence Young () 92min. A Certificate Overlooking the grim secret of the mirrored corridor in Portman's mansion, Romney is torn between the finery showered 4/5. : Corridor of Mirrors an Autobiography () by Manning, Rosemary and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices/5(2).

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