USA |1946 | 101min | STC
In Alfred Hitchcock’s spy thriller Notorious, government agent T.R. Devlin (Grant) recruits Alicia Huberman (Bergman) to spy on her late father’s group of Nazi friends in Rio de Janeiro. One of them is her old flame (Claude Rains). How far will she have to go to ingratiate herself and clear her name?
Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Cast: Cary Grant, Ingrid Bergman and Claude Rains
ABOUT DESIGNING THE MOVIES
Hosted by culture writer and critic Nathalie Atkinson, this ongoing series considers the crucial contributions of below-the-line craft in both popular favorites and forgotten gems (more…)
We’re delighted to present this matinée screening with an introduction about legendary costume designer Edith Head’s film noir work by special guests Vince Keenan and Rosemarie Keenan.
Under their nom de plume Renee Patrick, the Seattle-based Keenans write the critically-acclaimed classic Hollywood mystery series that blends fact and fiction. The novels to date include DESIGN FOR DYING (set in 1937) and DANGEROUS TO KNOW (1938) and feature real-life costume designer Head and fictional amateur sleuth Frost, plus a cast of other historical Hollywood figures.
Co-presented by DESIGNING THE MOVIES and Toronto Film Noir Syndicate.
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