An unhappy middle-aged banker agrees to a procedure that will fake his death and give him a completely new look and identity - one that comes with its own price.
|Frank Campanella||饰||Man in Station|
|约翰·兰道夫 (John Randolph)||饰||Arthur Hamilton|
|弗朗西丝·瑞德 (Frances Reid)||饰||Emily Hamilton|
|芭芭拉·沃勒 (Barbara Werle)||饰||Secretary|
|埃特加斯坦利 (Edgar Stehli)||饰||Tailor Shop Presser|
Arthur Hamilton (John Randolph) is a middle-aged man whose life has lost purpose. He is disengaged at his job as a banker, while the love with his wife has dwindled. Through a friend who he thought ha
|出品公司||Joel Productions (produced by) (as Joel Productions, Inc.)|
|Gibraltar Productions (in association with) (as Gibraltar Productions, Inc.)|
|John Frankenheimer Productions Inc. (The John Frankenheimer Film)|
|发行公司||Lost Films (re-release) (2014) (Theatrical) (France)|
|Paramount (1967) (Theatrical) (France)|
|Paramount Films of Italy (1967) (Theatrical) (Italy)|
|Endless Classics (2017) (DVD) (Germany)|
|Lume Filmes (2010) (DVD) (Brazil)|
- In order to shoot in Grand Central Station without attracting too much attention, Frankenheimer hired a male model and a Playboy bunny to make-out on the stairs while being filmed by a fake crew. This distraction allowed the real crew to shoot with a camera in a suitcase.
- "Seconds" has gained a cult status in later years and is frequently revived. According to director John Frankenheimer it's "the only movie, really, that's ever gone from failure to classic without ever having been a success."
- Although this film is nowadays viewed as a cult classic, European critics at the Cannes Film Festival were so hostile to the film that director 约翰·弗兰克海默 refused to leave nearby Monte Carlo, where he was shooting Grand Prix (1966), for the press conference. 罗克·赫德森 was sent instead and was unable to answer the critical questions during the hostile session.