backtrack; Spellbound (1945)

Too much psychology and not enough intrigue. Neither a stunningly beautiful Ingrid Bergman, the surreal dream designs of Salvador Dalí nor the haunting theremin music can compensate for the incessant talk and lack of action.

Maybe in my book. Barely.

Spellbound

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