Cape Forlorn

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Cape Forlorn

Written by and starring Frank Harvey and directed by German film pioneer E. A. Dupont, Cape Forlorn tells the story of a passionate, sexually aware young woman whose presence destroys the serenity – and ultimately the lives – of three men. Set on an isolated lighthouse off the New Zealand coast, Cape Forlorn's provocative, apparently amoral storyline led to its initial banning in Australia. This brand-new digital transfer presents the film uncut, in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio.

Cape Forlorn

William Kell, the keeper of a lighthouse on a lonely stretch of coastline, marries cabaret dancer Eileen. His young wife, however, goes on to have an affair with Henry Cass, the handsome assistant later taken on by her husband; when she then begins to flirt with a stranger who is rescued from the wreck of a motor-launch, a chain of shocking events is set in motion...

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Cape Forlorn


Reference
7954068
Year
1930
Director
E.A. Dupont
Actor
Donald Calthrop
Media
Film
Format
DVD
Label
The British Film
Genre
Drama
Barcode
5027626406844
Classification
TBC
Number of Discs
1
Picture
1.19:1 / Black and White
Sound
Mono / English
Subtitles
None
Region
2 / PAL
Time
82 mins approx