Strangers On A Train

Strangers On A Train
Strangers On A Train

Year

1951

Duration

98 minutes

Genres

Thriller

Language

English

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Synopsis

Director Alfred Hitchcock's classic mystery thriller is a nail-biting tale of murder and madness. Two men - wealthy Bruno and pro tennis player Guy - meet by chance on a train journey. They discover that they both have someone they would like to see the back of - Bruno's hated father, and Guy's wife, who he wants to divorce. Bruno suggests they swap murders. Guy laughs it off, but soon his wife is found dead, and Bruno is getting in touch to find out when Guy's going to fulfil his part of the bargain. Will they be able to get away with murder?

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Contains mild bad language and violence.

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