I Start Counting

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Released 1969

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I Start Counting

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Director:
David Greene
Released:
1969
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I Start Counting is a British film that is based on a novel written by Audrey Erskine Lindop. The theme song bears the same title and is sung by Lindsey Moore. The film is about a 14-year-old girl named Wynne (Jenny Agutter), who has a schoolgirl crush on her stepbrother George (Bryan Marshall), who is 32 years old. After seeing some mysterious marks on George's body she starts to suspect that he is the man responsible for the killing of several local girls. Although she suspects he is a serial killer, she still harbors sexual feelings for him and has regular fantasies about him. After her friend Corinne (Clare Sutcliffe) is killed she starts to suspect him even more. I Start Counting is considered a somewhat controversial movie due to its sexual content and the fact that a lot of the sexual content involves Agutter, who was just 16 years old when she starred in the film.

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    Psychological, Classics