U.S., 1946, 102 min, 4K DCP, Dir. Alfred Hitchcock, Not Rated, Disney


Tuesday, October 17

Notorious is a phenomenally rich experience whether it is on the first or the hundredth viewing.” —Alasdair Bayman, CineVue

“Scripted by Ben Hecht, and with Salvador Dali's notorious surreal dream sequence as a shocking interlude, this was one of Hitchcock's most romantic and popular '40s movies.” —Michael Wilmington, Chicago Tribune

Film + Conversation with Dr. Christina Lane

In Alfred Hitchcock's classic thriller, Alicia Huberman (Ingrid Bergman), the daughter of a convicted Nazi spy, is recruited by American intelligence to infiltrate a group of exiled Nazis living in Brazil after World War II. She is teamed up with T.R. Devlin (Cary Grant), an American agent, who convinces her to use her charms to get close to one of the Nazi leaders, Alexander Sebastian (Claude Rains). As Alicia and Devlin's relationship grows more complicated, they find themselves entangled in a dangerous web of espionage, deceit, and romance. Alicia's life is on the line as she uncovers a sinister plot involving uranium ore, and Devlin must race against time to save her and stop the Nazis from achieving their nefarious goals.

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