In this episode, Georges Brent plays a well married man and teacher who, one night, is asked for help by a poor woman. This woman rang at his door but he could not really help her and he let her go. But a little later, he learns from the news that the woman has been killed by drunken men and it also appears from the news and police report that the deceased woman asked for help to someone who refused it. The police is now in search for the John Doe who is responsible for the death of this woman, despite the fact that he did not actually killed her. The kind of tale which anyone among us could feel so close to. Georges Brent who behaves here as anyone could...
An intelligent tale about individualism and selfishness, but also guilt. This episode seems to be more like a fifties than an early sixties one, as for instance SUSPENSE or TALES OF TOMORROW.
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