Film
DAVID AND LISA
, Dir.
DAVID AND LISA

DAVID AND LISA is steeped in a psychological honesty which was rarely glimpsed at in American films of the early 1960s. It’s pro-humanism. It’s pro-therapy. It’s pro-baroque-teenage-absolution. Plus David has dreams involving giant clocks and severed heads, while Lisa finds peace in the arms of an inanimate objet d’art. (Joseph A. Ziemba)

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