The red ball bouncing down the stairs will stay with you. The Three Faces of Eve (Nunnally Johnson, 1957) Joanne Woodward – then virtually unknown in Hollywood – won the Best Actress Oscar for her ingenious triplicate performance, in this hokily compelling psychological case study about Multiple Personality Disorder, based on a real-life report. Black Christmas (Bob Clark, 1974) An underrated Canadian horror, pre-dating Halloween in the slasher cycle, about a sorority house fending off Yuletide attacks from a mad stalker. Rebecca (Alfred Hitchcock, 1940) Alfred didn't consider it a "Hitchcock picture", undoubtedly because David O Selznick wanted it made his way.
A decision is to be made next month, but, according to Anna Smith, the managing director, if the looms are moved there is a high risk they will collapse.
We are just over a mile from the picturesque market town of Castle Cary, with lovely shops to browse around, restaurants and country pubs to enjoy.
A LOOM at John Boyd Textiles takes one day to weave just a metre of fabric.
In Birds Nest Cottage both bedrooms have double beds, making it ideal for two couples.
Bird's Nest has been designed with the less-mobile in mind.