George Steele, art curator at a small museum, has an apparent mental breakdown one night, convinced he was in a train wreck...which never happened. In flashback, shortly after proposing to x-ray some old master paintings the museum has on loan, Steele is called on an unplanned nocturnal train trip. He suddenly sees another train ahead, speeding toward his... Is George indeed cracking up, or is there a plot to discredit him? The mystery grows murky with shadowy menace...
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SHATTERED MEMORY...HAUNTING FEAR! (original poster-all caps)
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Set largely around Manhattan Museum, Lt. Cochrane warns Steele he's "liable to wind up in Bellevue!". This is a reference to another Manhattan institution, the Bellevue Hospital Center (the oldest public hospital in the United States, founded in 1736). See more
A person self admittedly obsessed with art would not have a picture on the wall that is double in size to the original. Vermeer's 'Woman with pearl necklace' is only 55 cm high and in the movie it is over one meter high. See more
Wouldn't it be smarter to go to Cochrane and get this thing out in the open?
About as smart as cutting my throat to get some fresh air.
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