It's not as tense as it would have been had it been put in the hands of Alfred Hitchcock, but it still provides ample suspense and interest. Ingrid Bergman stars as a woman who is slowly going insane. She finds that she's becoming absent-minded, she's hiding valuable items in the most obscure places and she's starting to imagine things. Watch the movie as the story slowly unfolds. Ingrid Bergman's performance is absolutely astonishing; she earned her first Academy Award with this movie. Supposedly, a British version of the same name that was done 4 years earlier is better.

Movie reviewed by Michael Lawrence



Charles Boyer, Ingrid Bergman, Joseph Cotten, Dame May Whitty, Angela Lansbury, Barbara Everest

Directed by:

George Cukor


1944 thriller/drama

Not Rated.


Don Ignacio's score: B+

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