Those who love the psychological twisters of the sixties will find this one of the best, with its masterful twists and turns of the plot. The question in this film is: Is our hero (played with aplomb by Robert Webber) really going mad, or is someone trying to convince him he’s mad? Is he seeing things and hearing voices or is someone playing ghastly tricks on him? If so, for what purpose?
The ending leaves no strings untied, which in this case is a feat Hitchcock would be proud of, and in fact, you can see the influence of the Hitchcock films throughout this one. It especially reminds me of “Dial M for Murder”. The film does seem very dated by today’s standards, but is well worth a screening.