The seventh victim (1943)

Despite the unusually short running time, this morbid low-budget suspense story moves very leisurely. Not much really happens at the placid, almost somnambulist pace – and still they manage to fit in some unnecessary stuff!

The combination of incongruous intrigue, noirish atmosphere, and muted melancholy creates an eerie enjoyability, though. Maybe in my book.

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