(1946) Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. Cary Grant, Ingrid Bergman, Claude Rains. (101 min.) 35mm.
A woman’s tainted reputation as a heedless party girl makes her vulnerable to coercion, forced to spy on malingering Nazis in Rio. Ingrid Bergman’s sizzle and Cary Grant’s disquieting charm jigsaw with crackerjack plotting and spectacular camerawork in one of Hitchcock’s best. Introduced by Laura Boyes.
“Dizzying, expressive ... A great film” (Time Out).
We’re excited to announce a new ongoing series we’re calling NCMA ArtHouse. The mostly monthly screenings are curated and introduced by John Munson, who for 25 years was program manager for the Rialto, Raleigh’s oldest art house cinema. The series highlights the latest in critically acclaimed independent, international, and documentary features.
Other screenings are chosen and introduced by NCMA film curator Laura Boyes, who brings some classic film noir to the fall lineup.