Amid the decaying elegance of cold-war Vienna, psychoanalyst Dr. When their all consuming passion takes a life-threatening turn, Inspector Netusil Harvey Keitel is assigned to piece together the sordid details. A choppy, unsettling meditation on sexual obsession, Nicholas Roeg's Bad Timing stars Theresa Russell and Art Garfunkel as Milena and Alex, two lovers pursuing a torrid relationship in lates Vienna. The movie opens with Milena being rushed to the hospital for an apparent suicide attempt. Alex, a psychology professor, proceeds to play it cool as he's questioned by Inspector Netusil Harvey Keitel. As Milena fights for her life on the operating table, the story of how she and Alex came together is revealed in startlingly raw passages of lust and bursts of raw emotion.
Russell was twenty-two years old when she made it, and she was ambitious and very much her own person. She married Roeg, who was thirty years her senior, in and made four more features with him, plus a short for the movie Aria , before they divorced sometime in the late s. When Roeg was conducting his last interviews before his death in , journalists noted that a David Hockney portrait of Russell was prominently displayed in his home along with many other framed photos of her. This photo collage was commissioned by Roeg for Insignificance , where Russell played a version of Marilyn Monroe.
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It features the film in either 1. The english language track is included as DD 2. The disc features no subtitles, but to my knowledge it should be the first ddition to feature the film in widescreen. The version used should be the NCversion of the film. Oh wow! They didn't manage to restore the 2-sec-cut that was already present on the old german DVD - the moment when the pimp's throat get's cut. You can hear it but all you see is the result afterwards. So it is still cut by 2 seconds in regards to the NCversion. That's unfortunate as this scene was in the german cinematic-version and in some TV-airings too although on TV there were versions with it and without. Wow, that's heaps better!
Told through a series of flashbacks, Nicolas Roeg's controversial Bad Timing slowly unfolds as psychoanalyst Dr. Alex Linden Art Garfunkel tells the story of his sexual obsession with disturbed, elusive Milena Flaherty Theresa Russell to a police inspector after Milena's attempted suicide. The investigator, Inspector Netusil Harvey Keitel , is treated to the bizarre and, eventually, extremely repulsive lengths to which Linden went to possess her. Directed by Roeg The Man Who Fell to Earth , Don't Look Now , Walkabout , the film is less about the supposed plot than it is about the visceral images and intense relationships onscreen. Linden, as played by Garfunkel, is an almost timid, ineffectual man whose career involves unlocking people's deepest secrets. When he meets the brazen but secretive Milena, her combination of slutty abandon and emotional reserve makes her a puzzle he must solve. Originally titled Bad Timing: A Sensual Obsession , the movie's been unavailable on home video for years outside of imports and bootlegs, with more history behind it than is deserved, given what's on the screen. Young stars Garfunkel and Russell the latter just 21 years old reportedly tried to quit just four days into the shoot, Roeg sometimes kept his drug-and-booze fueled crew working for up to 24 hours at a time, and a very graphic rape scene of an unconscious Milena was, Roeg told The Guardian newspaper in , a point at which acting became almost a psychosexual exercise for the performers.