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House Of Mortal Sin

House Of Mortal Sin

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In 1983, when Cushing acted in Walker's final film, House of the Long Shadows, Walker learned that Cushing actually liked the script, but had other film commitments.

When Jenny Welch (Susan Penhaligon) goes to confession and tells Father Meldrum that she has had an abortion, he decides that all those involved should be punished. A Catholic priest who gets his jollies from listening to confessions, becomes obsessed with one of the young women who opened herself up to him. He always came across as kindly and genteel, but with an undercurrent of perversion, as if he almost certainly would've been caught masturbating in public, but into a pressed silk handkerchief or something. Meldrum uses his status and crazed persistence to work his way into Jenny's life by any means necessary.The 103 third parties who use cookies on this service do so for their purposes of displaying and measuring personalized ads, generating audience insights, and developing and improving products. The next day, Meldrum invites Jenny over to his presbytery, which he shares with his frail, bed-bound mother and his housekeeper, Miss Brabazon. We don’t share your credit card details with third-party sellers, and we don’t sell your information to others.

That night, while Jenny is out, Meldrum gains entry to her flat and assaults her friend Robert, believing him to be Terry. A lapsed Catholic in real life, Walker uses the film as a comment on organized religion, as extreme and satirical as it may be…” ~ George R. This is another tale of moral hypocrisy, misogyny, and perversion at the hands of supposed peacekeepers, very much like House of Whipcord except that Whipcord veers into the “women in prison” genre whereas this one focuses on an insane and corrupt priest. Hearing that her friend Bernard has become a Catholic priest, Jenny attends church to seek him out but finds that the man taking confession is not Bernard, but the elderly Father Meldrum. When she tells Terry of Meldrum's actions, Terry tracks Meldrum down and threatens him, but Meldrum bludgeons Terry to death with an incense burner and buries him in a freshly dug grave in the churchyard.With a wretched priest on a war path believing himself to be an avenging angel it dives into a pool of religious hypocrisy and mad mental puritan delusion. Fumbling with an A to Z as he steers, Father Bernard Cutler (Norman Eshley) drives through Richmond. They all had stories that suggested that people in authority (especially in the Catholic Church) will more than likely abuse that authority and abuse it in such an underhanded way as to cause the deaths of the people they are supposed to be protecting.



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