The Lady Vanishes (2013) Rated NR

the-lady-vanishesA young socialite befriends an English governess on a train across Europe. When the governess disappears everyone but the socialite denies she existed. Starring Tuppence Middleton, Keeley Hawes, Julian Rhind-Tutt

This film is a remake of Alfred Hitchcock’s The Lady Vanishes. Obviously, I haven’t seen Alfred Hitchcock’s version. I do plan to, by the way. This version was slow and more annoying than suspenseful. Have you seen her? No. She just walked by. I don’t know who you are talking about. Person after person. Enough, already. I get it. Where is the tension? I only wished I had seen Hitchcock’s to see how this film is supposed to look like. Or maybe this isn’t my type of film but I was sorely wishing it was better than it was.

 

 

 

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