This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Otto Preminger’s Bunny Lake is Missing is a peculiar little piece, which, while dismissed in its native year of 1965, has become a wonderful cult artifact nearly 50 years on. One scene has Lawrence Oliver’s superintendent chide his Lieutenant for describing a kidnapping suspect; Wilson (Noel Coward), as a pervert:
“Please, Andrews, he works for the BBC.”
Another moment has Wilson, the odd landlord of the increasing frantic Ann Lake (Carol Lynley), describe the telephone (as well as the television)…