Movie Fact #824 – July 26th, 2015:

The 1966 film “Cul-De-Sac” has some interesting facts about its cinematography. To start the film, at the time of release, had one of the longest continuous sequences in cinematic history at 7 minutes and 28 seconds for the beach scene. Also, director Roman Polanski shot 16 takes of the scene in which the character Dickey (Played by Lionel Stander) drinks a pint of milk. Perfectionist is the word I’d use to describe Polanski…in making this film anyway.

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