Cul-de-Sac Overview:

Cul-de-Sac (1966) was a Comedy - Drama Film directed by Roman Polanski and produced by Michael Klinger, Tony Tenser, Gene Gutowski and Sam Waynberg.

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Legends of Tomorrow (2016) s05e07 – Mr. Parker’s Cul-De-Sac

on Mar 15, 2020 From The Stop Button

Mr. Parker?s Cul-De-Sac is an exemplar of ?Legends of Tomorrow.? Writers Keto Shimizu and James Eagan provide a great script?just the right amount of subplots, just the right pace?and the cast is outstanding. The episode opens on a red herring to get things moving. In the Wild West, Adam Tsekhman is... Read full article


Criterion: Cul-de-sac, 1966

By Aaron West on Jul 19, 2014 From Criterion Blues

Jul 19 Posted by aaronwest Some might consider this a lesser Polanski, but it was produced during what I consider his peak. Repulsion, which I consider to be the best Polanski (sorry Chinatown!) came out just the year before, and this pictures uses many of the same crew, including the DP, Gilbert T... Read full article


Criterion: Cul-de-sac, 1966

By Aaron West on Jul 19, 2014 From Criterion Blues

Jul 19 Posted by aaronwest Some might consider this a lesser Polanski, but it was produced during what I consider his peak. Repulsion, which I consider to be the best Polanski (sorry Chinatown!) came out just the year before, and this pictures uses many of the same crew, including the DP, Gilbert T... Read full article


Criterion: Cul-de-sac, 1966

By Aaron West on Jul 19, 2014 From Criterion Blues

Jul 19 Posted by aaronwest Some might consider this a lesser Polanski, but it was produced during what I consider his peak. Repulsion, which I consider to be the best Polanski (sorry Chinatown!) came out just the year before, and this pictures uses many of the same crew, including the DP, Gilbert T... Read full article


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Richard: Here we are!
Albie: Where?
Richard: In this shit...


George: Get the hell outta my fortress!


Albie: He's mad at us, isn't he?
Richard: He told me I was "mentally retiring", or something like that.
Albie: Yeah?
Richard: Yeah.
Albie: He's angry with us, isn't he?
Richard: He gave me Hell.


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Has one of the longest continuous sequences in cinematic history (at the time of release) at 7 mins 28 secs (the beach scene).
Jack Nicholson claimed in an interview in 2007 that this is his favorite film.
Roman Polanski shot 16 takes of the scene in which Lionel Stander drinks a pint of milk.
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