Victim is a 1961 British neo noir suspense film directed by Basil Dearden and starring Dirk Bogarde and Sylvia Syms. It was the first English-language film to use the word "homosexual". It premiered in the UK on 31 August 1961 and in the US the following February. On its release in the United Kingdom, it proved highly controversial to the British Board of Film Censors, and in the U.S. it was refused a seal of approval from the American Motion Picture Production Code.
A successful barrister, Melville Farr, has a thriving London practice. He is on course to become a Queen's Counsel and people are already talking of his being appointed a judge. He is apparently happily married to his wife, Laura.
|editor||John D. Guthridge|
|keywords||£ arrest barrister betray blackmail chiswick cry famous actor force gay man heart attack married paint pound sterling queen\'s counsel talk think working class|
|productionCompany||Allied Film Makers|
|publisher||The Rank Organisation|