SPELLBOUND (1945)









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Brief Movie Synopsis [courtesy of Turner Classic Movies]:

A psychiatrist tries to help the man she loves
solve a murder buried in his subconscious.






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"We are not in a position to say whether Ingrid Bergman,
who plays [a psychiatrist] in her latest film, 'Spellbound', is
typical of such professionals or whether the methods she employs
would yield results. But this we can say with due authority: if all
psychiatrists are as charming as she--and if their attentions to all
their patients are as fruitful as hers are to Gregory Peck, who plays
a victim of amnesia in this fine film--then psychiatry deserves such
popularity as this picture most certainly will enjoy. For Miss Bergman
and her brand of treatment, so beautifully demonstrated here, is a
guaranteed cure for what ails you, just as much as it is for Mr. Peck.
.... David O. Selznick has a rare film in 'Spellbound'."

-- Excerpt from The New York Times; November 2, 1945







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