The opening of the movie sets the scene. Beautiful score by Henry Mancini, excellent night photography of bank-clerk Lee Remick driving home through a backdrop of city lights. The hypnotic music has an edge, and intimates that despite her relaxed face, something strange and unsettling will happen to this woman. I saw this movie years ago when I was still a child, and certain scenes - the woman in a room of mannequins, the climax at the baseball ground - stuck in my mind. Watching it again as a middle-aged man, those scenes still have power. Glenn Ford pitches his role just right and Lee Remick is superb - she plays someone intimated but not losing her cool, keeping her wits. No screaming, trembling wallflower. The black and white cinematography, the pacing, the characterisations, are first class. This movie was a real treat. I cannot recommend it enough.