GOOD LUCK, MISS WYCKOFF

Marvin Chomsky, USA, 1978, Vinegar Syndrome, Exploitation

A lurid, searing melodrama of ill-fated lust and sexual repression set against a backdrop of American racism. Based on a novel by Pulitzer Prize winning playwright William Inge (PICNIC, SPLENDOR IN THE GRASS) -- but this ain’t no picnic.

Set in the small town of Freedom, Kansas in 1954, GOOD LUCK, MISS WYCKOFF stars Anne Heywood (THE FOX) as a virginal high-school teacher who learns she’s started early menopause. Feeling hopeless and isolated, she is advised by her doctor (Robert Vaughn!) and psychiatrist (Donald Pleasance!) to find a lover. In the vein of LOOKING FOR MR. GOODBAR, this results in a series of brutal and horrifying events...

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Details

  • 106 min.
  • Color
  • 1.85:1

Formats

  • DCP
  • Blu-ray

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