The Servant – Seduction Scene

On 01/09/2010, in dating, by admin

uraniumcafe-the.com Sarah Miles seduces James Fox in The Servant From www.http The Production Team Director: Joseph Losey. Producer: Joseph Losey and Norman Priggen. Script: Harold Pinter. (from the Robin Maugham novel The Servant) Cinematography: Douglas Slocombe. Editing: Reginald Mills. Production Design: Richard MacDonald. Costume Design: Beatrice Dawson. Make-up Department: Joyce James and Bob Lawrance. Sound: […]

uraniumcafe-the.com Sarah Miles seduces James Fox in The Servant From www.http The Production Team Director: Joseph Losey. Producer: Joseph Losey and Norman Priggen. Script: Harold Pinter. (from the Robin Maugham novel The Servant) Cinematography: Douglas Slocombe. Editing: Reginald Mills. Production Design: Richard MacDonald. Costume Design: Beatrice Dawson. Make-up Department: Joyce James and Bob Lawrance. Sound: Buster Ambler, John Cox and Gerry Hambling. Original Music: John Dankworth. The Cast Dirk Bogarde – Hugo Barrett Sarah Miles – Vera Wendy Craig – Susan James Fox – Tony Catherine Lacey – Lady Mounset Richard Vernon – Lord Mounset Patrick Magee – Bishop Plot Synopsis Based on the novel by Robin Maugham, Harold Pinter’s superb study of brooding hatred and hypocrisy within the ever-shifting borders of the class struggle include some viciously good performances and an unsettling plot. Set in London, The Servant is ultimately a class struggle played out as a power shift between a sinister manservant (Dirk Bogarde) and his rich young employer (James Fox), as they jockey for control over a Georgian townhouse. Tony, a wealthy young land developer has just acquired a new two-story townhouse and a servant named Barrett. Barrett seems the right combination of faithful butler and prissy maid, despite the fact that Tony is perfectly satisfied with him, Tony’s well-to-do fiancé, Susan (Wendy Craig) is suspicious of Barrett despite his apparently impeccable behaviour. Barrett
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25 Responses to “The Servant – Seduction Scene”

  1. cineasta71 says:

    He’s imaging that water going through her body…

  2. berryzoa says:

    i adore sara miles’ perkiness but it just doesnt feel right in this movie….. she acts and sounds so dumb.

  3. berryzoa says:

    God, is it just me who thinks he’s hot?

  4. tama9ash says:

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  5. windgat9 says:

    @kthevsd; – Really, – 99% of actors do not act? I did not know that. Oh well, that puts Sarah Miles wooden performances in a different light. At least you agree about her lack of acting skills,- you just say that all actors are like that!

  6. kthevsd says:

    @windgat9 If we follow your dumb logic than Cary Grant and James Stewart and Bogart all never acted once because they all played themselves in everything…99% of actors always play themselves, not everyone is Meryl Streep or Johnny Depp.

  7. AmericanEvita says:

    I don’t think that seduction of an upper class man by a working girl is controversial anymore. We’re in 2010. People have actually been having sex indiscriminately with people of various social classes for centuries. This 1963 movie is only awkward because it’s still before the modern revolution of movies of the 1968, 1969, 1970 period. The early 60′s movies had the feeling of still being 50′s movies. Sex was never shown in mainstream movies of the Hays Code era. They just “faded to black”

  8. windgat9 says:

    @pix042 Sarah Miles is about as far from English working class as you can get. She attended one of the most exclusive private schools in UK and never lost her squeeky-voiced upper class accent.. She is one of those actors who in fact never acted once in her life. She just plays Sarah Miles, the same in every film, relying on her good looks. Utterly without any real talent.

  9. siva290482 says:

    nice

  10. trzcinarowice says:

    @PorusHorus Early 60 seduction

  11. CheshireCatalyst says:

    Brilliant

  12. MowgliX says:

    I love this old movie! Directed by Joseph Losey of course.

  13. pix042 says:

    this is clearly an ‘awkward’ seduction becaue it is 1963 in England and it is a seduction of a working class girl on an upper class man. Nothing much more awkward than that – then and, perhaps, now. In many countries, no doubt.

  14. pix042 says:

    No, it isn’t. But you are close because This is James Fox but his brother Edward Fox played in the Day of the Jackal. they are not twins but they are similar.

  15. 036265 says:

    @jferkfjkj good job

  16. dawngoth20 says:

    cool

  17. vivekkhare10 says:

    isint this the same guy who worked n the original day of the jackal

  18. joey7286 says:

    @jferkfjkj High school musicals can be used to torture criminals in prison

  19. dezboss says:

    They had a brief relationship in real life I believe.

  20. caviper1 says:

    Good scene indeed. Clever.

  21. Oquendo16 says:

    wow. filthy w/o the filth. great use of editing. nice “phallic” symbol with the faucet, lol…

  22. MediaWatchDawg says:

    An excellent film – pops up now and then on TCM. Thanks for posting.

  23. thesparitan says:

    what a brillant scene

    brillant

  24. dnggitg says:

    Very erotic scene. Love how the drip on drainboard, the phone ringing, the tight shots of Miles’s knowing leer build up sexual tension. It’s a sexy film.

  25. ganeshpank says:

    nice