Bunny Lake Is Missing

Bunny Lake Is Missing

DVD - 2005
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Ann Lake reports that her young daughter, Bunny, is missing. The police can find no evidence that Bunny ever existed and wonder if the child was only a fantasy of Ann's. Based on the novel by Marryam Modell.
Publisher: Culver City, Calif. : Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment, [2005]
ISBN: 9781404971462
Branch Call Number: DVD F Bun


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Dec 26, 2016

Worth watching primarily for Olivier and Coward. What a much better movie it would have been if there had been more of them interacting. A true joy to observe such effortless and excellent performances on their part. The two leads, the brother and sister, also displayed effortless acting. No amount of effort would have worked for them, I'm afraid. Allegedly, Noel Coward didn't think much of Dullea as an actor. Reportedly he walked up to him on the set one day and whispered in his ear, "Keir Dullea, gone tomorrow."
The build up of the story was good, the ending fell flat.
Very good cinematography.

Dec 13, 2016

Typical of the genre. (Thank God that era is over... : )
Of course the acting is good, but the writing & characters are absurd to say the least.
Doesn't take place on planet earth. e.g. "Children of the Corn" LOL

May 14, 2014

How excited was i to find this gem! I'd never heard of it, nor had i heard of the director (Otto Preminger) which i am ashamed to admit! This movie was absolutely wonderful. It's offbeat creepiness is brilliant up to the very end. Like film noir and suspense with a bit of creepiness filling the gaps? Don't miss this one!

brendancarlson Apr 04, 2014

One of those movies that you love, even though the ending is a mess.

aaa5756 May 15, 2013

This movie was entertaining and interesting but not one of my favorite for this year. Not too bad---good performance. I fast forwarded a lot but not all the way.


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