Great stuff, thanks Rennie, and many thanks to the man himself.
I finally got around to watching Seance on a Wet Afternoon
. It was broadcast during the week but I only just found time to watch it, on this wet afternoon
A great piece of work all round. My eyes did keep being drawn to Lord Dickie's false nose though. It was often shown in profile and I couldn't see any reason for him wearing it.
My only other question is about Kim Stanley and is quite a simple question.
Looking up her details it seems that she was mainly a stage actress and was better known in the States than here. She tried to play it as English but the American accent kept breaking through in odd places. And she was a bit overly "stagey" in a few places, even allowing for the character she was playing here being a bit hysterical.
But despite those few points I still thought it was a great film