The FeckenOdeon Cinema Society

Tickets for this show £5

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Dir: Alfred Hitchcock - HD Digital presentation - 1 hr 45 mins

Expertly directed from start to finish, Dial M for Murder remains one of Hitchcock's most enjoyable & entertaining films that features a very tightly structured plot & is fine tuned by its cut-throat editing to engage the audience in solving an investigation for which the director provides ample clues to its viewers, but not more than what's available to the characters in the film.

This film holds a weird kind of suspense. It's not the edge of your seat stuff or the oppressive terror of psychological thrillers. It is the suspense of intrigue. It is being taken along on a dialogue driven deconstruction of a murder that is so superb because of the meticulous filmmaking and superb line delivery. It is fascinating and engaging to keep guessing what will happen next and how our morally questionable protagonist will save himself from the net that is slowly closing around him.


NB This replaces “Rear Window” which has been withdrawn by the distributor. Tickets for “Rear Window” can still be used at this show or you can request a refund by emailing films@feckenodeon.co.uk
























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Saturday, 27th October at 7.30pm