Dedicated to the work of Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger and all the other people, both actors and technicians who helped them make those wonderful films.
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Submitted by Mark Fuller
An elementary essay in the macabre, a picture so poorly acted, so disconcertingly vague in its story outline, and so absurdly artificial in its Parisian atmosphere, that thrills fail to visit it.
Richard Littledale...beyond his dramatic powers, Shayle Gardner...never sure of his accent...Nancy O'Neil...lacks experience. There is little chance of the masses greeting it with enthusiasm. The retrospective treatment is artificial, and the camera work is lacking in imagination.
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