That Cold Day in the Park

Synopsis: Robert Altman's sadly neglected film that, along with his later "Images", fits into the unconventional psycho-thriller mold. A bizarre story with Sandy Dennis as a spinster who takes in a handsome young man (Michael Burns) who is pretending to be mute. She imprisons the boy and supplies his every need, including a prostitute (Luana Anders), whom she goes out and brings home for Burns' pleasure.
Genre: Drama
 
IMDB:
7.0
Rotten Tomatoes:
43%
R
Year:
1969
113 min
5 Views

It has warmed up?

No, it's very cold.

Quickly give it to Mrs.

Parnell. It took me forever.

That's poultry.

All the same!

I expected earlier.

The lawyers were not ripe.

I made soup.

Dr. like that.

Mrs. Ebury will probably

without his mother

but keep a partridge in case.

You could eat tomorrow with potatoes.

I hate that.

Dr. Stevenson.

- Parnell.

You will never find a

taxi with the deluge!

Come on, Mom.

So keep your coat.

Even at table?

You're not quite dressed.

I'm not cold!

You changed your hair?

Or rather barber.

You saw these reflections?

It is covered. It will

snow before this weekend.

It would not surprise me.

Frances, you're beautiful.

So, doctor, how's business?

And you, your arm?

I will be quickly recovered.

It's stuck.

I'll help you, Mom.

Forgiveness.

How you're connected?

We took the elevator.

A panel reported he was down.

There was not.

David never read the signs.

It has nothing to do, let's see...

David, that's enough.

I take the cuts.

Young pigeons.

Probably frozen.

Do not you, Frances?

These are partridges.

I love the partridge.

This is delicious.

When you serve me, Frances,

you give me the skin at

the bottom of the dish.

This wine is delicious.

You should use on the other side.

Yes, of course!

Be careful, will you?

For heaven's sake, the carpet!

Parnell, take the cup.

What Massacre!

- It's stops!

It must come from this room.

Pollen allergy?

Not at this time of year.

It's raining.

Obviously. As is often

the last two months.

He is allergic to rain?

I read that the cold

is R microbes not in fact be wet.

Bullshit! I am a cold when I'm wet.

That's right, Doctor?

Frances is right.

There is a kid out there.

What an idea! It will catch your death.

This is not as simple.

He also moisture are

present in the lungs.

We could invite.

What a ridiculous idea!

Lmagine slightly what would your mother.

He has no coat.

Nobody forced him.

If it is, he likes it.

It may not be nowhere to go.

You'd swear you never read newspapers.

David, we must start

If you want to take a

nap before the bridge.

I call a taxi?

- Yes, that would be nice.

Dr. drop us.

I stay to chat with Frances.

Come, they will never find a taxi.

This will be for another time.

- I wanted to talk to you.

We'll see Friday for boules competition.

With this time? Not.

We will to your practice.

Please.

Whatsoever.

Frances did not look

good. I find plichonne.

Fatigue, probably.

It should take the royal jelly.

From the frozen?

- The bees produce.

Or they eat it?

We're leaving.

I put the soup See you

warm. Think about the stop.

Noted.

Hello!

It's up to you what I mean.

Come!

Yes, you.

I saw you in the rain from my window.

You want to ride you dry for a moment?

The time it will stop.

I found out THANK YOU

and we're going home.

The rain will stop and

I scherai your clothes.

Here, follow me.

Are you a student?

You go to school?

Are you a student?

Can you hear me?

You understand me?

You must remove your shoes.

Here it is.

I give you a bath?

A warm bath.

Come on.

Come, come.

Here.

Take off your shirt.

Sit.

Want something else?

You still hungry?

I know.

It was better before Mrs. Parnell

not change attitude.

She insists See you put the leftovers

in another plate in

order to do the dishes.

It was me who did it.

I prepared yesterday.

Of pineapple and cream, with a sponge.

It's very good.

Sorry...

I would like to know your name.

Your name.

My name is Frances.

Frances Austin.

I must have looked See

you in a mill lyrics

but I'm having trouble silence like you.

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Gillian Freeman

Gillian Freeman (born 5 December 1929) is a British writer. Born to Jewish parents Dr. Jack Freeman and his wife Freda (née Davids) in North London, she graduated in English Language and Literature from the University of Reading in 1951. She married Edward Thorpe, novelist and ballet critic of the Evening Standard, in 1955. They have two daughters, the actresses Harriet Thorpe and Matilda Thorpe. One of her best known books was the 1961 novel The Leather Boys (published under the pseudonym Eliot George, a reference to the writer George Eliot), a story of a gay relationship between two young working-class men, later turned into a film for which she wrote the screenplay, this time under her own name. The novel was commissioned by the publisher Anthony Blond, who wanted a story about a "Romeo and Romeo in the South London suburbs". Her non-fiction book The Undergrowth of Literature (1967), was a pioneering study of pornography. In 1979, on another commission from Blond, she wrote a fictional diary, Nazi Lady: The Diaries of Elisabeth von Stahlenberg, 1938–48; Freeman's authorship was not at first revealed and many readers took it to be genuine. Her most recent book is But Nobody Lives in Bloomsbury (2006), a fictional study of the Bloomsbury Group. more…

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