I have been perusing through a list of movies I have seen over the years, and finds myself referring back to LAST SUMMER and THE MARRIAGE OF A YOUNG STOCKBROKER time and again. The films are two of the most striking examples of late 1960s, and early 1970s filmmaking. Made with style by all involved, and also, unflinching honesty, I believe these movies deserve a DVD release, with a fresh copies for viewers to enjoy, as they are both currently unavailable.
*LAST SUMMER (1969) Directed by Frank Perry, IMDb entry
*THE MARRIAGE OF A YOUNG STOCKBROKER (1971) Directed by Lawrence Turman, IMDb entry