A woman is found unconscious on a beach, on the British shore, by a walker with his dog. It appears that she was the secretary of a doctor who was found dead, murdered. The woman in question had her wrists cut with razor blades. Her behaviour is weird and she is rapidly suspected to have committed the crime. This story is built on the flashback scheme and I felt a little bored, I admit. This kind of stuff is really not my cup of tea. But the performances are fine, nothing to argue about it.
Michael Rennie is perfect in this tale. We find here some kind of a British touch. Maybe because it takes place in UK.
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