The Whisperers: The title refers to the creatures a very poor addled old lady (Dame Edith Evans) imagines in her paranoid fantasies. They lurk behind every drip, drip, drip of a leaky faucet. They listen all coiled up in a silent radio. The old lady is on to all their tricks, and she tells them so repeatedly. She reports them regularly to the police who scoff at her behind her back. The whisperers, however, are only part of her fantasy life. She imagines also that she is a daughter of aristocracy, an heiress waiting for her money to arrive so that she can pay back the nice gentleman at the Welfare Board. Her routine is shattered irrevocably by the return of her thieving son and vagrant husband, a brief fling with stolen money ending dismally in the gutter where the poor prey on the poor.
|Released:||July 31, 1967|
|Actors:||Avis Bunnage Charlie Bird Clare Kelly Edith Evans Eric Portman Frank Singuineau George Spence Gerald Sim Harry Baird Jack Austin John Orchard Kaplan Kaye Kenneth Griffith Leonard Rossiter Lionel Gamlin Margaret Tyzack Max Bacon Michael Lees Michael Robbins Nanette Newman Oliver MacGreevy Penny Spencer Peter Thompson Robert Russell Robin Bailey Ronald Fraser Rosemary Lord Roy Herrick Roy Maxwell Tom Kempinski|
The Whisperers (1967)
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argento_man17 : Slow and poorly acted to go along with flat direction and a script that needed work makes for film that's not really worth watching.
Trada : What a Dark, Bleak film but brilliantly done one of my favorite films I have seen for a while