The Paradine Case
Friday, July 27 - Sunday, July 29, 2012
35mm print “In no sense a ‘wronged innocent’ thriller, THE PARADINE CASE sets out to be a morality tale on the dangers of Strong Emotion. A happy marriage is threatened when rising young barrister Peck falls hopelessly in love with the woman (Valli) he is defending on a murder rap. Blinded by passion, he can see neither her guilt, nor that her obsession lies elsewhere – with the man (Jourdan) whom he would destroy in her stead.” – Time Out (London)
- Rating NR
- Year 1947
- Running Time 125 minutes
- Director Alfred Hitchcock
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