Size: 31 x 23 inches
About the Movie: According to Wikipedia, "La Prisonnière (also known as Woman in Chains) is a 1968 drama film written and directed by Henri-Georges Clouzot. It follows an attractive young woman living with an avant-garde artist who falls disastrously for the voyeuristic owner of the gallery that shows her husband's work. Clouzot's only film completed in colour, it was the last of his career.
The film is close in theme to some other pictures of the time. Both Michelangelo Antonionis' Blowup (1966) and Michael Powell's Peeping Tom (1960) explored the dark links between men who make erotic images of women, films about such men and their models, and the viewers of such films, while Luis Buneuel's Belle de Jour (1967) acted out the sadomasochistic fantasies of a beautiful middle-class woman."