A successful writer is blindsided by the obsessive jealousy of his gorgeous wife, a daughter of privilege with her own monstrous notion of love. “[It] sounds like a contradiction in terms – a film noir in eye-popping Technicolor, with its most chilling scene taking place not in a dimly lit back alley but on a lake in Maine. But make no mistake–the gorgeous Gene Tierney's homicidally jealous Ellen Berent is the fatalest of femmes in this gorgeously restored classic,” (NY Post). D: John M. Stahl, US, 1945, 111m
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