Dial M For Murder

Dial M For Murder
Dial M For Murder

Year

1954

Duration

105 minutes

Genres

Crime, Thriller

Language

English

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Synopsis

Tony Wendice is a retired tennis champion who decides to have his wife Sheila murdered so that he can pocket the life insurance. He contracts an old college friend to do the deed, but things don't go according to plan. However, the slippery Wendice is not beaten yet and begins to weave an ever-more complicated web of deceit. Dial M for Murder's origins as a stage play lend director Alfred Hitchcock's taut thriller a feverish claustrophobia, its relentlessly inventive plot-twists teasing and tantalising you right up until the very end.

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