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Joseph L. Mankiewicz
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In World War II France, American soldier Michael Blake captures, then loses Nazi-collaborator art thief Paul Rona, who leaves behind a gem studded gauntlet (a stolen religious relic). Years later, financial reverses lead Mike to return in search of the object. In Paris, he must dodge mysterious followers and a corpse that's hard to explain; so he and attractive tour guide Christine decamp on a cross-country pursuit that becomes love on the run...then takes yet another turn.Written by
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The previous comments all seem to complain about the writing, the pacing, the lack of chemistry...
I thought the movie was excellent--better Hitchcock than most Hitchcock's I've seen. The locations were beautiful, I thought Ford and Brooks were very likable and nuanced. The plot was no thinner than many adventure flicks I've seen, and if one accepts that the glove really *is* touched by God, the movie takes on a really interesting dimension.
Excellent film. Riveting throughout.
8 out of 10
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