Phantom Lady (1944)
Average Rating: 7.2/10
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Release Date: Jan 28, 1944 Wide
Average Rating: 3.6/5
User Ratings: 331
Engineer Scott Henderson (Alan Curtis) is at a seedy midtown Manhattan bar early one evening, drowning his sorrows over a failed marriage, when he strikes up a conversation with a woman (Fay Helm). She's well dressed, with a very ornate hat topping off her ensemble, and also seems even sadder and more lost than he is. Henderson persuades her to join him in taking advantage of the two theater tickets he has. They attend the show -- a song-and-dance showcase by a Brazilian artist (Aurora) -- and
Jan 28, 1944 Wide
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Channeling the spirit of the Russians (Eisenstein, Dovshenko, Vertov), the director uses grotesque angles, close-ups, and rhythms to suggest a powerful sense of seduction and torture.
Superior, stylish thriller marred by an obvious and over-the-top "mystery" killer
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