Tag Archives: Millie Perkins

Vicente Escrivá – Dulcinea AKA Girl from La Mancha (1962)

A letter from Don Quixote to his beloved Dulcinea arrives in the hands of Almonza, a market maid. The woman, shaken by the letter, decides to go in search of Don Quixote, whom she finds on his deathbed. This new Dulcinea, who wants to follow in the footsteps of Quixote’s sweetheart, decides to spread love and charity among the poor along the way. The young woman, however, must overcome all kinds of difficulties and face the Holy Inquisition, which accuses her of witchcraft. Read More »

Matt Cimber – The Witch Who Came from the Sea (1976)

Millie Perkins is a disturbed young woman plagued by disturbing visions. She hates men and castrates them because she was the victim of incest during her childhood. “The Witch Who Came from the Sea” is a strange and moody exploitation flick with dream-like atmosphere and strong symbolism. Millie castrates two popular football players in fantastically oneiric sequence of sexual violence. The film is slow-moving and deeply unpleasant character study of woman’s torment. Read More »