I See a Dark Stranger (1946)

Approved   |    |  Drama, Thriller, War


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A young Irish woman hates England so much she becomes a Nazi spy.


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5 April 2009 | sabre-cc
10
| Strange and delightful film
Isn't she just absolutely gorgeous! This is an amazing example of film noir that also manages to include a good deal of humour - ironically about times and events that were not particularly humorous. Debora Kerrs character is a beautiful and somewhat naive young lady - but decidedly full of spirit! and operating on the philosophy that 'my enemy's enemy must be my friend'. The film is supported with the introduction of a wide range of characters as the film unfolds. Viewed many times, I could always do so again. For location buffs - The English town scenes are filmed at Dunster (Somerset)- The medieval yarn market is clearly visible in the background, and I adore her assertion that, 'it all depends which side I'm being neutral on!' Perfect.

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Genres

Drama | Thriller | War

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Release Date:

5 August 1946

Language

English, French


Country of Origin

UK

Filming Locations

County Wexford, Ireland

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