Rating: 9/10

The 1944 classic is apparently the second film version of the play Gaslight. This version takes its time establishing the main characters and initially feels a bit cheesy. But once the main plot kicks in the acting starts to improve and it’s just as tense as any modern thriller. Bergman’s final monologue is a great payoff but they couldn’t resist throwing in a corny joke at the end.

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