Dir. Roman Polanski (1976).
Polanski’s harrowing exercise in urban anxiety is a comedy so painfully dark it likely could not have been seen back in 1976. Adding to the creepiness, the director is also the star.
‘The World Trade Center was conceived by vested interests, promoted by pressure groups, brought into being by a handful of powerful men for reasons of monetary gain or personal pressure, and indirectly subsidized by the taxpayer’