DIAL M FOR MURDER IN 3-D!
$7.50 Member $13.00 Regular
Also screening March 8
(1954) Ray Milland arranges the perfect murder of wife Grace Kelly — or does he? For his only 3-D movie, Hitchcock makes the viewer a voyeuristic accomplice to murder. This meticulous digital restoration showcases Dial M’s color and stereoscopic photography as never before. Approx. 105 min. DCP 3-D restoration
“SEEN IN 3-D, IT'S A REVELATION! Hitch receded actors behind a clutter of monumental bric-a-brac — a canny restraint allowing the stereo image to assert its own uncanny characteristics.”
– J. Hoberman
“A new digital restoration of one of the most significant films of the 1950s 3-D craze. Scanned from the original, dual-system camera negative, this new version should afford the most accurate viewing of the 3-D version in decades.”
-- Dave Kehr, The New York Times
“The constricted space takes on a highly expressive quality in the original 3-D version.”
– Dave Kehr, Chicago Reader
“The audience is made to break out in chilly bumps and the tension is drawn so tightly
that one can almost feel it in the throat.”
– The New York Times
"IN 3-D, IT'S MAJOR HITCHCOCK!"
– Andrew Sarris