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In what remains the most obscure, bizarre and wildly misunderstood film of her entire career - and perhaps even '70s Italian cinema - Elizabeth Taylor stars as a disturbed woman who arrives in Rome to find a city fragmented by autocratic law, leftist violence and her own increasingly unhinged mission to find the most dangerous liaison of all.
Academy Award nominee Ian Bannen (THE OFFENCE), Mona Washbourne (THE COLLECTOR) and Andy Warhol co-star in this "unique, hallucinatory neo noir" (Cult Film Freaks) - barely released in America as THE DRIVER'S SEAT - directed by Giuseppe Patroni Griffi ('TIS PITY SHE'S A WHORE), adapted from the unnerving novella by Muriel Spark (The Prime Of Miss Jean Brodie) and featuring cinematography by three-time Oscar winner Vittorio Storaro (APOCALYPSE NOW, THE LAST EMPEROR), now restored in 4K by Cinematheque of Bologna and Severin Films.
- Introduction By Kier-La Janisse, Author Of House Of Psychotic Women
- Audio Commentary With TCM Underground Curator Millie De Chirico
- A Lack Of Absence - Writer And Literary Historian Chandra Mayor On Muriel Spark And The Driver's Seat
- THE DRIVER'S SEAT Credit Sequences