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on 19 April 2017
What an absolutely fantastic film!!!
I've always loved it and watch it every now & then and still enjoy it so much :)
The chemistry between the leads is magnetic, the 'baddies' are subtly and worryingly threatening and the story and scenery excellent. This is one of the greats! I thoroughly recommend it.
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on 29 January 2016
I love Cary Grant and had only ever seen this film once. It is Hitchcock as his brilliant best.
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on 5 August 2017
Really enjoyable film love cary grant movies and will continue collecting his movies.
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on 20 August 2017
Brilliant
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on 20 July 2017
fine
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on 23 September 2017
A superb coupling of Cary Grant and Ingrid Bergman a must see
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on 11 March 2017
Good film, well acted. Came quickly so very happy
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on 26 April 2017
Love this...superb
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on 18 June 2017
Excellent
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on 20 December 2010
Why do I find myself more drawn to "Notorious" than any other Hitchcock film? One reason is the extraordinarily vulnerable performance of Ingrid Bergman's Alicia. She is the epitome of old fashioned femininity, the classic damsel in distress. Her love scenes with the super cool, hyper-masculine Cary Grant are incomparable. Because Hitchcock never took a writing credit, one can forget that he himself conceived the scenario of "Notorious" and tailored it for Grant and Bergman. Ben Hecht has the sole screenplay credit, but all of Hitchcock's favorte themes are there. I continue to marvel at his directing, how his camera is always in the right place, capturing in crisp black and white the subtle narrative and visual elements that hook the viewer from the opening scene. In addition to Bergman and Grant, every performance is elegant, including Claude Rains' suave and world-weary Sebastian, the fugitive Nazi hopelessly in love with his beautiful American spy wife (Bergman). My favorite scene: Sitting in his Nazi mother's bedroom, he wakes her up and confesses his horrifying discovery that he is married to an American agent. His mother, superbly acted by Madame Constantine, has my favorite line of dialogue. Intensely jealous of her new daughter-in-law, she calms her son's fears that he will be murdered by his Nazi collaborators when they discover his situation. "They will never find out," she assures him. "You are protected by the enormity of your stupidity." What a gem this movie is!
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