PG | | Mystery, Thriller
A man who loves games and theater invites his wife's lover to meet him, setting up a battle of wits with potentially deadly results.
(At around forty-seven minutes) When tossing the chess pieces to the floor, Sir Laurence Olivier cuts the palm of his hand very badly. You can see him look down at his hand, put his handkerchief in his palm, and put his hand in his jacket pocket. He then finishes the scene. Leonardo DiCaprio had a similar experience while filming the dinner scene in Django Unchained (2012), in which he accidentally cut his hand on some broken glass.
One black facemask, one black flat cap, a striped jersey and a bag marked "Swag".
Milo Tindle: Why not a neon sign with "Burglar" on it?
It turns out that Joyce, who is called on the phone by Andrew, is in on Milo's plan. Milo even says so later. So Andrew should have known he could not get away with pretending to mistake Milo for a burglar a few minutes after this. It is strange for Milo to bring up an unknown policeman (Tarrant) instead of reminding Andrew of Joyce when he pulls out the gun.