Cabinet of Curiosities: Review – Deep End (1970)

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A kind of unknown film but probably one of my favourite of all time is ‘Deep End’. A 1970s British-West German drama film directed by ‘Jerzy Skolimowski’, about a 15 year old boy Mike who has left school and got a job working at a public bath. One of his co-workers Susan he becomes infatuated with and starts to have lucid dreams about. Susan appears to playfully and teasingly humor Mike and his personality, but eventually he falls in love with her and starts to stalk her after work. Mike discovers she has a fiancé but she is cheating on him and is also leading him on. This makes Mike angry and upset and he continues to follow her wherever she goes and attempt to get her to show feelings back. This all leads to a downward spiral and a visually beautiful but harrowing and poignant ending.

A perfect setting…

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