Jun 17, 2011

Dial M for Murder

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In Alfred Hitchcock's Dial M for Murder, even the innocent have poker faces. Based on Frederick Knott's popular stage play of the same name, this is one of Sir Alfred's least overtly cinematic works. In only a handful of moments does it exit the coffin-like setting of the original play's singular location: the living room of Tony and Margot Wendice, where the financially stranded husband arranges to have his wife murdered.

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