As much as I love Jean Rollin's body of work, I just can't recommend "Night of the Hunted". Rollin's unorthodox pacing and dreamy visuals just aren't given the chance to flourish and unfold in this film's sterile and cold settings (skyscrapers, cities, etc...). Rollin may very well have been going for an interesting clash of visuals, but it just doesn't work. The story itself is also rather dull (a Twilight Zone-ish tale of mind tampering and conspiricies). Also, the film has a rather deja vu quality about it- its skyscraper interiors reminded me so much of Cronenberg's "They Came From Within/Shivers". There are a couple of redeeming qualities in the film though, mostly centering around the film's protagonist, Brigitte Lahaie. She has a beautiful screen presence, and CAN act, contrary to one's beliefs, since she has done many adult films in her career. She is the film's redeeming quality, and gives a memorably erotic and mysterious performance. Otherwise, skip this and see "Fascination", also starring Lahaie.