Shadow of a Doubt
After three long months, Enzian is thrilled to be able to once again open its doors, turn on the projector, and serve our community by screening both acclaimed new art house releases and influential and iconic repertory titles. Kicking things off will be “Alfred Hitchcock Week.” The bold originality, incredible technical expertise, and legendary perfectionism of the “Master of Suspense” are all on display in these five masterpieces from the 40s, 50s and 60s: Shadow of a Doubt, Rear Window, Vertigo, Psycho, and The Birds. With a combined 12 Oscar nominations, this lineup of revered classics includes three titles from the recent BFI/Sight & Sound list of the 100 Greatest Films of All Time: #53 (Rear Window), #35 (Psycho), and #1 (Vertigo)!
With the current 50% capacity regulation in place, seating will be limited, so get your tickets now—you won’t want to miss out on this awesome week of film genius that’ll make your pulse quicken and keep you on the edge of your seat.
Joseph Cotton stars as Uncle Charlie, a calculating and charming killer who hides out in his relatives’ small hometown. There, he befriends his favorite niece and namesake, Young Charlie (Teresa Wright). But she begins to suspect he may be the famed Merry Widow murderer. A deadly game of cat and mouse ensues as the psychopathic killer plots the death of his young niece to protect his secret.
USA, 1943, 108 minutes, Rated PG, Directed by Alfred Hitchcock