Music directorBasil Kirchin Duration CountryUnited Kingdom
WriterPeter Everett, Roger Lowry Release dateSeptember 1968 (1968-09) CastPeter McEnery (Theo), Diane Cilento (Reingard), Glenda Jackson (Vivien), Billy Russell (Old Man), Norman Rossington (Auctioneer), Norman Rossington (The Dealer) Similar moviesGlenda Jackson appears in Negatives and Sunday Bloody Sunday
TaglineA Bizarre Modern drama of a man and two women locked in a sensual game of sex
Shopkeeper Theo (Peter McEnery) and his live-in lover, Vivien (Glenda Jackson), ease their weariness with one another by pretending to be characters from the famous Dr. Crippen murder case during lovemaking. When gorgeous bisexual photographer Reingard (Diane Cilento) sees them in the act, she takes up residence in the next room and begins photographing them during sex. As Reingard becomes further enmeshed in the threesome, she pushes Theo into a fantasy that may have dire consequences.
Negatives is a 1968 British drama film directed by Peter Medak. Based on a novel by Peter Everett, it features Peter McEnery and Glenda Jackson as Theo and Vivien, a couple who act out their erotic fantasies by dressing up as the Edwardian murderer Hawley Harvey Crippen and his lover Ethel le Neve. Diane Cilento plays Reingard, a German photographer who becomes involved in their private world.
A couple's bizarre romantic relationship is disrupted by the intrusion of a third person.
Glenda Jackson appears in Negatives and Sunday Bloody Sunday. Dark Obsession (1989). Dance - Little Lady (1954). The Offence (1972). The Woman for Joe (1955).