I Confess

Directed by Alfred Hitchcock
Starring Montgomery Clift

Warner Home Video | February 14, 2006 | DVD

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This lesser known Hitchcock murder drama, based upon the play by Paul Anthelme, is compelling for its stark photography and symbolism. With I CONFESS, Hitchcock puts a moral twist on the theme of an innocent man charged with a crime he didn't commit. Montgomery Clift plays a pious young priest who hears a confession from a murderer and later finds himself accused of the crime. He is then torn between his vows of silence and his need to clear himself of the charge.

Video Release: February 14, 2006

Runtime: 95

Rating: Not Rated

Studio: Warner Home Video

UPC: 085393186326

Found in: General, Mystery / Suspense

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I Confess

I Confess

Directed by Alfred Hitchcock
Starring Montgomery Clift

Video Release: February 14, 2006

Runtime: 95

Rating: Not Rated

Studio: Warner Home Video

UPC: 085393186326


Edition Description
  • B&W
  • Runtime: 95 minutes
  • NTSC (Canada and USA)
  • Originally in English
  • Released in French

Synopsis

This lesser known Hitchcock murder drama, based upon the play by Paul Anthelme, is compelling for its stark photography and symbolism. With I CONFESS, Hitchcock puts a moral twist on the theme of an innocent man charged with a crime he didn't commit. Montgomery Clift plays a pious young priest who hears a confession from a murderer and later finds himself accused of the crime. He is then torn between his vows of silence and his need to clear himself of the charge.

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A minor Hitchcock drama that is nonetheless compelling for its stark photography and symbolism. Clift plays a priest who hears a confession from a murderer, and later finds himself accused of the crime. He is then torn between his vows of silence, and his need to clear himself of the charge. Based on the play by Paul Anthelme.

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Filmed in Quebec, Canada.
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