Director: Donald Cammell and Nicolas Roeg
Year Released: 1970
Rating: 3.5

Melding of both The Servant and Bergman's Persona has two opposites (James Fox and Mick Jagger) meeting and having a profound effect on each other's lives. The nature of identity is being called into question, along with the stability of sexuality; straight-laced Fox breaks down under Jagger's psychedelic/hypnotic spell, dressing up and entering Jagger's homoerotic dream state. It's typical of the work of Roeg, with rapid cutting and characters arranged 'just right' for the camera; if you're looking for clarity you will be irritated, as Roeg and Cammell are delivering pure experience.