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Professor Peter Proud keeps having a nightmare in which he watches a mysterious woman in a rowboat commit murder. He tries his college’s dream lab for help, but the real breakthrough comes when he recognizes locations from his dream in a documentary about Massachusetts. He travels there and meets Marcia, the woman from his dream, and her daughter, Ann, with whom he falls in love. Could he be the reincarnation of Marcia’s dead husband?

REVIEW — Killer Kidder.

Reincarnation is a fascinating topic and one that was destined to be the subject of a horror film or two during the ’70s, when the supernatural and the occult were all the rage. The Reincarnation of Peter Proud isn’t perfect, suffering from a slightly overlong running time that results in pacing issues, but it’s a darn sight better than the awful Audrey Rose, which came out two years later (and which is probably the better known movie). Peter Proud is far more entertaining, with an intriguing plot, solid performances, confident direction from J. Lee Thompson (an inconsistent film-maker, but on form on this occasion), and atmospheric music by Jerry Goldsmith, who combines a more traditional score with otherworldly electronic bleeps and whirrs to create an eerie soundscape that perfectly suits the material.

The film’s titular character, played by Michael Sarrazin, is a university professor who suffers from vivid dreams and sudden jolts of pain in his hip. After seeking help from Dr. Samuel Goodman (Paul Hecht), an expert in dreams and the supernatural, and doing some investigation work of his own, Peter comes to believe that he is the reincarnation of the man from his dreams, who he sees being murdered by a mysterious young woman called Marcia (Margot Kidder). Some amateur sleuthing leads him to Massachusetts, where he locates Marcia, now in her 50s (Kidder wearing not-very-convincing old-age make-up), but falls in love with her daughter Ann (gorgeous Jennifer O’Neill). In order to rid himself of his dreams, Peter is compelled to relive the past, which puts his life in danger.

Even though the film is slow going at times, Thompson employs a variety of innovative storytelling techniques to keep his film from stalling, including a series of surreal flashbacks (accompanied by Goldsmith’s unreal soundtrack), and delightfully quirky moments: a visit to an occult bookstore that is home to a Satanic cult, Peter’s visit to Marcia’s old home, where he encounters a teenage temptress called Suzy (Debralee Scott), and a particularly amusing imaginary conversation between Peter and a policeman. There’s also an interesting Freudian sub-plot, Peter’s relationship with Ann suggesting incestual desires. The finalé is inevitable but still shocking when it happens.

(2) Suppose you knew who you had been in your previous life. Where you had lived…whom you had loved and how you had died. What then?
(3) You Only Have One Life to Live…Or Do You?

Also known as
Brazil | A Reencarnação de Peter Proud
West Germany (video title) | Deep Death
West Germany | Der Mann, der zweimal getötet wurde
West Germany | Die Re-Inkarnation des Peter Proud
Italy | Il misterioso caso Peter Proud
Finland | Kuka minä olin?
France | La mort en rêve
Argentina | La reencarnación de Peter Proud
Canada (French title) | La réincarnation de Peter Proud
Denmark | Manden der levede to gange
Sweden (video title) | Mannen som levde två gånger
Spain (video title) | Muerte profunda
Portugal | O Homem Que Viveu Duas Vezes
Turkey (Turkish title) | Peter Proud kaç kere yaşadı?
Greece (transliterated title) | Poios dolofonise ton Peter Proud?
Norway | Reinkarnasjonen av Peter Proud
Sweden | Våld i natten
Soviet Union (Russian title) | Реинкарнация Питера Прауда
Japan (Japanese title) | リーインカーネーション