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I Confess


Montgomery Clift, Anne Baxter, Karl Malden, Brian Aherne View All


Alfred Hitchcock (Director), William Archibald (Screenplay), George Tabori (Screenplay) View All

Release: Feb. 28th, 1953
Runtime: 1 hour, 35 minutes
Unable, due to the seal of the confessional, to be forthcoming with information that would serve to clear himself during a murder investigation, a priest becomes the prime suspect.
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However her style of acting is much more suited to the opportunist in All About Eve than the demure love sick character she is portraying here.
Citizen Rules
Director: Alfred Hitchcock Cast: Montgomery Clift, Anne Baxter, Karl Malden Genre: Film Noir, Crime Dram.
The film comes at a time when Hitchcock seemed to be interested in more thematically deep films that explored the nature of man rather than more stylistic and visual exercises.


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