Separation (1967 film)
|Directed by||Jack Bond|
|Written by||Jane Arden|
The film explores the life of a middle-aged woman following the breakdown of her marriage. It features on its soundtrack music by Stanley Myers, one song ("Salad Days") by the British rock group Procol Harum and instrumental music by Procol's original Hammond organist Matthew Fisher. In addition to Jane Arden the film stars the British actors David de Keyser and Iain Quarrier.
Separation, which was photographed in black and white with colour sequences, was restored by the British Film Institute for DVD and Blu-ray Disc and released in the UK on 13 July 2009. Another edition of the DVD, with a different cover photo and music credits for Procol Harum on the front cover and for Stanley Myers, Procol Harum and Matthew Fisher on the back cover, was released in the USA in March, 2010. Separation was released on DVD in the U.S. for the first time on 30 March 2010 by Microcinema.
- Jane Arden as Jane
- David de Keyser as Husband
- Ann Lynn as Woman
- Iain Quarrier as Lover
- Terence De Marney as Old man
- Separation on Internet Movie Database
- Review and report from the screening of the remastered version at the British Film Institute, 14 July 2009.
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