Me parece una película super entrañable.
Fascinante. ¿Cómo sería en el 61?
Una peli serie B que tiene sus cosas interesantes, nada más.
Magnética y melancólica historia de amor con un Hopper -en pleno y sabio uso del Método- susurrante y desprotegido. Ocasional uso de la cámara en mano y un ambiente -tal como ya señalaron los comentarios anteriores- que te sumerje en una especie de sueño lleno de intensas y hermosas imágenes.
Night Tide was filmed on a $75, 000 budget. Director-writer Curtis Harrington ("Ruby"/"The Killing Kind"/"Queen of Blood"), an avant-garde filmmaker, in his first feature helms this romantic fantasy. It borrows its title from Poe and its moody filming style from Kenneth Anger and has the dreamy look of a Val Lewton horror pic. Lonely young sailor Johnny (Dennis Hopper), from Denver, is on shore leave in Venice Beach and picks up in a jazz bar Mora (Luana Anders), who works in an amusement park in a sideshow exhibit as a mermaid at the Santa Monica Pier. Ellen Sands (Luana Anders), who works for her grandfather at the nearby merry-go-round, informs him that two men have died mysteriously shortly after dating her. Mora tells Johnny that she's dangerous because she's a real mermaid. Her boss, Captain Sam Murdock (Gavin Muir), tells how he adopted her as an orphan child from the Greek island of Mykonos and raised her with the belief that she's really a mermaid who will one day return to the Sea People. Mora believes like the sirens from myth, she will lure anyone who loves her to his doom. There's even a mystery woman who follows Mora when she's with a man and puts a scare into her.