Dial M for Murder

Dial M for Murder ★★★★½

I loved the suspenseful nature of this, in some scenes it spoke without anyone saying a word by merely using the camera as the guide of mind. The storyline held so much detail. Very much like what Hitchcock did with his other picture "rear window". It took place in one room, there isn't many cuts, and it's just full-on conversations. I'd consider it to be a comfort film. The fact that Hitchcock can do so much in just a room blows my mind.

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