Jamaica Inn

Jamaica Inn
Jamaica Inn




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Alfred Hitchcock directed this period melodrama, adapted from Daphne Du Maurier's novel. Orphan Mary has come to the wild coast of Cornwall to live with her uncle Joss, who runs the sinister Jamaica Inn. Unbeknown to her, the inn is home to a gang of smugglers who lure ships onto the rocks, loot them and kill the survivors. One of their number, Jem, is actually an undercover agent and is trying to stop them. When the gang turn on Jem, Mary saves him and the two try to escape, falling in love on the way. They go to local magistrate Sir Humphrey Pengallan for help, but soon find no one can be trusted.

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This film has one use of mild bad language.

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