Censor is, at its heart, a very anti-censorship movie. Bailey-Bond makes it clear that the censors are the weak, and as for any problems with violent films and their approach to women, Bailey-Bond seems to know the answer isn't to censor, but rather, more women like her getting behind a camera and making more movies like Censor.
Now is the time to admire the work that Cohen Media Group has done in presenting this remarkably-shot film in all of its gauzian splendor. Restored and now available on Blu-ray (that better, smarter big brother of DVD), Corridor of Mirrors has emerged from obscurity an apt curio. Not only is it significant for being Terence Young’s first film, it’s also legendary actor Christopher Lee’s first film.