Rebecca

Rebecca
Rebecca

Film Details

Year

1940

Duration

125 minutes

Genres

Thriller

Language

English

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Synopsis

A mousy young lady meets a mysterious, handsome widower named Maxim while on holiday in Monte Carlo. She's thrilled when he asks her to marry him - but terrified when they return to his English mansion, Manderlay. The place is vast, and everywhere she looks she sees reminders of Maxim's stunningly beautiful first wife, Rebecca. What's more, it's clear that the creepy housekeeper, Mrs Danvers, will do everything she can to drive our heroine out of the house - and possibly over the edge - in this spine-chilling mystery.

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