'Goodbye Gemini' (aka 'Twinsanity') is a complex and occasionally confusing tale about the unhealthy relationship between twins and the even less salubrious relationships they have with others. The film addresses such adult issues as incest, transvestism, drug use, male rape, murder and suicide and places them all in the milieu of London as it swings decadently into the seventies. Virtually everyone in the film is either a lunatic or a scumbag, sometimes both. It's not a particularly uplifting film, but it has some striking moments, great music and a very cool cast.
Judy Geeson and Martin Potter play the freaky twins, Jacky and Julian. Potter has one of those faces that is unwholesomely handsome: his features are well formed, but there's something sickly and slightly creepy about it (no offence, Mart, Christopher Walken had / has the same look). The cast is rounded out by the incredibly annoying Alexis Kanner, Sir Michael Redgrave, the great Mike Pratt (aka Jeff Randall, the non deceased detective) and your friend and mine, Sir Freddie Jones.
Here's some music from a critical point in the film: 'Ritual Murder', by Christopher Gunning.