A man who deeply loves his wife, tears before his death by disease . After falling into despair, she embarks on a journey trying to forget but, in Paris, he meets a look-alike of his beloved.
Did You Know?
The similarity of the plot theme of Vertigo
(1958) and Beyond Oblivion
(1956), shot two years before in Buenos Aires, obsessed all Argentine movie buffs for decades. Finally the question was elucidated: the link between both films is the novella "Bruges-la-Morte" (1893) of the Belgian writer Georges Rodenbach
. Hugo del Carril
adapted it directly. Alfred Hitchcock
indirectly, through a French novel entitled "D'Entre Les Morts" (1954) that its authors Pierre Boileau
and Thomas Narcejac
hatched a childish police plot about the double tragedy of Rodenbach. See more