Cinema: Darkness in Brittany

Rapture is hardly the word for this penumbral play of love against loneliness. But whatever the name, the film will boost the artistic stock of English Director John Guillermin, whose feature films have covered such varied terrain as The Day They Robbed the Bank of England, Waltz of the Toreadors and Guns at Batasi. And it will clinch the reputation of France's 15-year-old Patricia Gozzi, whose first big role was in the warmly praised Sundays and Cybele (TIME, Dec. 7, 1962). The three years have deepened her mobile beauty and candid eyes, and have...

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