Passed | | Crime, Film-Noir, Thriller
An escaped psychopathic killer who takes the family and neighbors of police psychologist hostage reveals a recurring nightmare to the doctor.
Lee J. Cobb was borrowed from Twentieth Century-Fox for this film.
Dr. Andrew Collins:
Perhaps the memory that causes your dream has something to do with your family, your mother maybe.
Al Walker: We've been all through that, haven't we? We finished with her!
Dr. Andrew Collins: No, you're not! You'll never be!
Al Walker: But she's dead. She meant nothing to me when she was ...
Dr. Andrew Collins: ...
Al takes a book off of Andrews book shelf and opens it to somewhere near page 50 or 60, but in the next close-up, the page Al is looking at is revealed to be the start of Chapter 22. It's highly unlikely that a scholarly book about psychology would average under three pages per chapter.