The Image (1969 film)
|Directed by||Michael Armstrong|
|Produced by||Olive Negus-Fancey|
|Written by||Michael Armstrong|
|Music by||Noel Janus|
|Edited by||Julian Hindson|
|Distributed by||Border Film Productions|
The Image is a 1969 black and white short film directed by Michael Armstrong with starring Michael Byrne and David Bowie in his first film role. The film is one of the few short films ever to receive a certified 'X' Rating and it gained this rating due to its violent content.
A troubled artist (Michael Byrne) is haunted by a ghostly young man (David Bowie) who appears to step right out of one of the artist's paintings. From a brief summary located on the cover of the film's script, it reads: a study of the illusionary reality world within the schizophrenic mind of the artist at his point of creativity.
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