Murder a la Mod
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|Murder a la Mod|
|Directed by||Brian De Palma|
|Produced by||Ken Burrows|
|Written by||Brian De Palma|
|Music by||John Herbert McDowell|
William Finley (title song)
|Edited by||Brian De Palma|
|Distributed by||Criterion (DVD, 2011)|
Murder a la Mod is a 1968 film directed by Brian De Palma. The film was released in one cinema in New York City. It quickly disappeared not long after and was thought lost. However, the film was released by Criterion on Blu-ray in April 2011 as a bonus feature to Blow Out.
Karen is a naive young lady who wants to help her boyfriend Chris, who is a struggling amateur filmmaker, to raise money to divorce his wife. Meanwhile, a jolly psycho prankster named Otto is stalking the building where Chris is shooting a low-budget adult movie to make ends meet.
- Andra Akers as Tracy
- William Finley as Otto
- Margo Norton as Karen
- Jared Martin as Chris
- Ken Burrows as Wiley
- Jennifer Salt as a 'Bird'
- "Blow Out (1981) - The Criterion Collection". Criterion.com. Retrieved 2017-03-18.
- "The Films of Brian De Palma - Reviews by David Nusair". reelfilm.com. Retrieved Apr 19, 2019.
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