Strangers on a Train

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“Alfred Hitchcock’s bizarre, malicious comedy, in which the late Robert Walker brought sportive originality to the role of the chilling wit, dear degenerate Bruno; it’s intensely enjoyable–in some ways the best of Alfred Hitchcock’s American films. The murder plot is so universally practical that any man may adapt it to his needs: Bruno perceives that though he cannot murder his father with impunity, someone else could; when he meets the unhappily married tennis player Guy (Farley Granger), he murders Guy’s wife for him and expects Guy to return the favor…. Walker’s performance is what gives this movie much of its character and its peculiar charm….” (Pauline Kael)

1951 Alfred Hitchcock 1.33:1 B&W DCP 101 min.