- THE TEMPLE OF MUSIC
- Julian Cope presents Head Heritage | Unsung | Album of the Month | Haare - The Temple
- Julian Cope’s Album of the Month
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THE TEMPLE OF MUSIC
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We will accept items for return if the item is no longer needed within 15 days of the items arrival date. Temple Drake, a frivolous young woman from a prominent Mississippi family, is raped and forced into prostitution by Trigger, a backwoods bootlegger, after Trigger shoots and kills a boy who tries to protect her. Another backwoodsman is charged with the murder.
Julian Cope presents Head Heritage | Unsung | Album of the Month | Haare - The Temple
When Temple tries to leave Trigger, he becomes angry and is apparently about to assault her, so she grabs his pistol and shoots him, then flees back home to her family. An idealistic lawyer eventually persuades Temple to tell the truth about the first murder on the witness stand and save the defendant's life, even though her testimony will disgrace herself.
According to Pre-Code scholar Thomas Doherty, the film implies that the deeds done to her are in recompense for her immorality in falling into a relationship with the gangster, instead of fleeing him. The relatively upbeat ending of the film is in marked contrast to the ending of Faulkner's novel Sanctuary , in which Temple perjures herself in court, resulting in the lynching of an innocent man.
Paramount Pictures served as the production company, acquiring the rights to film the adaptation in Spring As the public felt the novel had a racy reputation, the film received a new title as the plot had been made more mild and to avoid associating it with the novel.
George Raft turned down the male lead.
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The credits only stated that Faulkner wrote the original novel. Robert Litell, who wrote a review of the film published in The New Republic on June 14, , stated that the film producers also consulted Faulkner; statements about this are not present in the credits.
Julian Cope’s Album of the Month
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