(1965) Byron Mabe, Jerome Eden, Mai Jansson. This is a remarkable David Friedman film about a couple of hoodlums that kidnap a young girl and keep her in the cellar of a deserted warehouse where they subject her to all kinds of mental, physical, and sexual mistreatment. For being such a low budget affair this is really a well-made film. Mabe and Eden—a couple of fringe Hollywood actors—turn in exceptionally good performances. Friedman knew how to make ‘em. Disturbing in many ways. It would undoubtedly be rated R. 35mm.