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    Spellbound

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    When Dr. Anthony Edwardes arrives at a Vermont mental hospital to replace the outgoing hospital director, Dr. Constance Peterson, a psychoanalyst, discovers Edwardes is actually an impostor. The man confesses that the real Dr. Edwardes is dead and fears he may have killed him, but cannot recall anything. Dr. Peterson, however is convinced his impostor is innocent of the man’s murder, and joins him on a quest to unravel his amnesia through psychoanalysis.

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    Spellbound GoMovies Review

    I liked the movie Spellbound, thanks to the boring dialogue between the characters and the really intriguing moment of their interaction with each other, 111 minutes of time were well spent.

    A wonderful movie with a twisted plot, which in 1945 was accompanied by great posters and promo shots, it was nice to see Gregory Peck, Ingrid Bergman, Leo G. Carroll, Norman Lloyd, Rhonda Fleming, Steven Geray in one project.

    It was the first movie in the genre of Drama, Mystery, Thriller, after which I had a double impression: on the one hand, it was interesting to watch the characters, and on the other, some of the actors clearly lacked experience.

    This movie can be disassembled into quotes, never before in 111 minutes I have not been able to experience such a wide range of emotions, Alfred Hitchcock just wrapped my soul on a fist.

    To my surprise, Alfred Hitchcock managed to very succinctly and gracefully tell a seemingly ordinary story, in which each character deserves special attention.

    The movie keeps tight grip on until the final credits, despite the fact that Gregory Peck, Ingrid Bergman, Leo G. Carroll, Norman Lloyd, Rhonda Fleming, Steven Geray performed their roles rather weakly, probably Stanislavsky himself would have told them: `I don’t believe`.