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In this noir thriller, Professor Charles Rankin seems to lead a blameless life, working at a college in a provincial American town. In reality however Rankin is Nazi Franz Kindler, hiding out under a secret identity, his past unknown even to his wife. One day he is visited by a fellow war criminal Konrad Meinike, who has been released by a war crimes commissioner Mr Wilson in the hope that he will seek out old colleagues. Rankin kills Meinike and believes he is safe, but a game of cat and mouse between him and Wilson ensues...
When a publishing tycoon dies, news reporters are desperate to discover the meaning of his final utterance.
11+ years 114 mins
Tense, stylish '40s thriller about a sailor who finds himself amid deadly plotting after joining a beautiful woman on her husband's yacht.
14+ years 83 mins
Police corruption and moral compromise loom large in this classic dark thriller from Orson Welles.
All ages 104 mins
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