Approved | | Crime, Drama, Film-Noir
A celebrated actor struggles to distinguish his own life from that of his most recent stage role, Othello.
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How's the chicken cacciatore?
Pat Kroll: It's your stomach.
At the end of the last "Othello", Tony appears to be distracted by someone just off-stage. We know that Bill, the policeman, and the restaurant owner are standing where he is looking, but the only one he knows is Bill. He had seen the restaurant owner only once, and surely couldn't have recognized him in the dark; and he had never met the policeman. His final act implies that he knows he has been found out, but what gave him that idea?
Opening credits appear against a theatre image with stage curtain.
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