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I Start Counting

Wynne, an adopted 14 year old, who lives in a bland Midlands town, has a schoolgirl crush on her foster brother George. But her life changes when a series of brutal sex murders is committed in the area and she finds one of George's discarded sweaters stained with blood. Teaming up with a school friend Corinne, she sets out to solve the mystery and becomes increasingly obsessed with George...

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Wynne, an adopted 14 year old, who lives in a bland Midlands town, has a schoolgirl crush on her foster brother George. But her life changes when a series of brutal sex murders is committed in the area and she finds one of George’s discarded sweaters stained with blood. Teaming up with a school friend Corinne, she sets out to solve the mystery and becomes increasingly obsessed with George, even following him to a sexual rendezvous with his lover. Stripped of her romantic fantasies about George, she rushes to the family’s abandoned former home where the real culprit has taken Corinne. A cleverly and carefully plotted thriller that had strangely been overlooked in the recent revival of interest in British horror. It boasts an intelligent script and an excellent performance from a very young Jenny Agutter. I Start Counting is a fascinating curio, confirming director Greene’s talents which, sadly, he was to take beyond the genre in future years.

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AKA:Misstanken
Director:David Greene
Year:1969
Language:English
Format:F
Audio Quality:8.8
Video Quality:8.8

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