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Orson Welles was courted for the part of Dr. Luther, played in the movie by Lee J. Cobb, but opted instead to direct Touch of Evil (1958). Welles even read the script for "Eve", and told director Nunnally Johnson that whoever played the lead would win an Oscar. (Joanne Woodward did, in fact, win the Oscar).
It's a serious manifestation, the hearing of voices, but the difference in your case is this: You've been frightened by this voice because you recognize it as a symptom of illness. People who are actually losing their minds rarely find anything ...
Eve White: ...
At around the thirty-seven-minute mark, Eve's husband Ralph is sitting outside her room talking to Dr. Luther about her different personalities. As they speak, Ralph moves his hat to sit atop his left leg, while moving his left hand to lay on his right wrist. As the shot changes to be more head-on for Ralph, he is now seen with his left hand holding his hat on his lap, and his right hand unencumbered,
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