This is another one of those black and white movies that never seem to appear on TV anymore, made in 1963 and directed by Lance Comfort, the story concerns renowned blind pianist Paul Gregory, (William Sylvester) who's Wife Anne (Barbara Shelley) is having an affair with Ricky (Alexander Davion) a struggling Artist, the lovers often brazenly display their affection for each other in front of her husband.
Eventually Anne persuades Paul to commision Ricky to paint her portrait, so that the lovers can carry on their affair more easily, but Anne doesn't realise that Paul can sense the affection that she feels for Ricky, and then Paul threatens to cut her off without a penny.
Desperate not to lose out on the money, Anne now tries to persuade Ricky to murder her husband, a neat twist in the story eventually leads to an ending that I will not divulge, and so not spoil it for you.
A couple of musical interludes feature singer Ronnie Carroll, The rest of the cast includes Elizabeth Shepherd and Mark Eden.
The only extras are trailers for other Best Of British releases, and a 3-page booklet with details of the film, the director, and the cast.
The picture quality is excellent, the movie is 74 minutes approx, no subtitles.