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Victoria Kowelska (Valentina Cortese) has lived through World War II bombings and relocation camps, and has finally emigrated to America. Now, she should be blissfully happy with her devoted husband (Richard Basehart) in their mansion overlooking the San Francisco Bay, but Victoria is not who she seems, her child belongs to someone else, and her husband and housekeeper are frightening her half to death.
She has a second chance, but will anything she do make a difference?
Director Robert Wise perfectly captures the ominous sense of dread by letting this tale unfold subtlely to a satisfactory climax.
She befriends a fellow concentration camp person and exchanges identities for a better life after the war.
As an avid movie buff, especially when it comes to classic films like this one, this is a definite welcome to my large and growing home library collection. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Wa2oosy
A good amount of suspense with a good finish. This is a great movie set in a wonderful city. I just love San Francisco, California. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Nancy M.
This mystery is a World War II thriller. The main actors are Richard Basehart and Valentina Cortese. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Louise
I enjoyed watching this pleasant movie with good acting by the main characters (all of whom likeable) and a decent plot. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Brian Greene
Yes indeed who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of men (women too but a man is the villain here). Especially when big money, big estate money, is in play. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Alfred Johnson
This film should not at all be as compelling and riveting as it is. It is yet another unraveling of a trite, banal plot: a wife suspects that her life is in danger and that among... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Curt Tow