One of Hitchcock’s greatest crowd-pleasers, there’s something for everyone including torrid love scenes, white-knuckle suspense and Nazis. It features one of the most compelling romantic triangles on film: Cary Grant as a government agent who falls for Ingrid Bergman, the woman coerced into carrying out his perilous plan, and Claude Rains in a memorably menacing yet touching role as Bergman’s doomed paramour.
About John Landis
John Landis is the director of Animal House, The Blues Brothers, An American Werewolf In London, Trading Places, Coming To America, Kentucky Fried Movie, Spies Like Us, Three Amigos!, Into The Night and Michael Jackson’s Thriller, and the recent Burke and Hare for Ealing Studios, among many other films and television shows. His documentary Mr. Warmth: The Don Rickles Project premiered on HBO and won an Emmy for Best Music, Comedy or Variety Special. He is also the subject of noted film critic Giulia D’Agnolo Vallan’s recent book “John Landis” and his own book “Monsters in the Movies’ was published to critical and popular acclaim in 2012.