105 Min. | Crime – Thriller | May 1954
IMDB Rating: 8.2
Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Starring: Ray Milland, Grace Kelly, Robert Cummings
Dial M for Murder Review
After earning an Academy award nomination for her performance in John Ford’s 1954 tale of romance and adventure, “Mogambo”, the beautiful actress Grace Kelly proved that she was way more than just a pretty face and that there was real talent behind her image. However, what truly took her career to new levels were three now classic films she made directed by the legendary Master of Suspense, Alfred Hitchcock. Under his direction, Kelly made an integral part of the Master’s films, becoming the perfect embodiment of Hitchcock’s idea of a female protagonist. While Kelly debuted two years earlier in the classic Western “High Noon”, one could say that it was Hitchcock who really introduced the beauty and talent of Grace Kelly to the world. “Dial M for Murder” was the first of Hitchcock’s films with Kelly, and a movie where once again the Master returns to a familiar theme, the perfect murder.
In many ways, “Dial M for Murder” shares many things with “Rope”, as not only the two films are based on successful plays, they are also about committing the perfect murder and oddly, they are both “experiments”, while “Rope” was conceived as a “movie in one take”, “Dial M for Murder” was done as 3-D movie. Sadly, the interest in 3-D was dying when the film was released, so few theaters carried the movie complete with the gimmick, a real shame, as Hitchcock’s use of the technology, unlike most 3-D films of its time, was conceived as a way to enhance the claustrophobia of the Wendices’ apartment instead of using it to merely shock the audience with “stuff coming out of the screen”. While not too fond of the gimmick, Hitchcock truly gave it a good and intelligent use to it.
“Dial M for Murder” is probably less celebrated than the Master’s most famous movies, the fact that it came out the same years as “Rear Window” (again with Grace Kelly) may have had something to do with it too. While a subtler and more restrained tale of suspense, this is still the Master at his best, as the movie proves that when he was at the top of his game, no other director was comparable to him.
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