Three In The Attic

This feature by former Orson Welles associate Richard Wilson is both a fascinating period piece (1968) and a memorable black comedy whose quasi-feminist theme was rather ahead of its time. Each of three college womenYvette Mimieux, Judy Pace, and Maggie Threttdiscovers that her boyfriend, Christopher Jones, is secretly sleeping with the other two. They join forces to hold him captive in an attic, where they gradually service him sexually to near death by running a carefully scheduled relay. Good, disturbing fun. (JR)

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