In my opinion, this classic black and white film from the Golden Age of Hollywood is a must-see for any movie lover of classic film, especially from that era. Ingrid Bergman is a stunning beauty in this film and she plays her role as a woman, being tricked into thinking she's losing her mind, to perfection - she won the oscar for this role for that year. Charles Boyer plays the menancing psychopath entirely convincingly - he's so cold and calculating. It is truly a remarkable experience of film.
Excellent movie! Although the plot was easy to guess, the story was very intriguing and the actors very convincing. Ingrid Bergman was one of the greats of cinema.. Highly recommended!
I thought it was spellbibding, and had me not wanting to miss even a tiny bit. Wonderful
I watched this movie about 30 years back on TV and since then have always wanted to watch it again. A beautiful captivating story which has stayed in mind all through these years. So when I joined Quickfix that was the first movie came into my mind and lucky enough it was available in the collection.
A must watch movie
A classic - well worth seeing.
Absolutely wonderful! What a brilliant actress!
Charles Boyer and Ingrid Bergman were wonderful in this great old drama.Being a modern woman though I did get a little impatient with Ingrid had to remind myself those days are long gone wemon are not so easily taken in now days.
What a fabulous film particularly when you think that it was made in 1944 and still totally captures the audience.
I am a lover of 40's & 50's black & white thrillers & this lives up to every criterion - moody, threatening & downright scary. The change in personality of the character played by Charles Boyer is truly chilling & the sheer terror of Ingrid Bergman is palpable. And the film debut if Angela Lansbury is wonderful. A really great movie!
Aged but welldone. A classic psychological thriller relying on acting not special effects.
A well crafted thriller. Great performances from Boyer and Bergman. Bergman's radience glows from the screen
This creepy 1944 gothic drama looks great on DVD and fans of classic films shouldn't miss it! Ingrid Bergman is at her radiant best and watch out for Angela Lansbury in her cheeky debut role. Sure it's a little melodramatic and stagey (Charles Boyer is a little hammy) but it's still quite suspenseful and atmospheric despite its years.