Under Capricorn

    Under Capricorn

    1949. Romantic drama by Alfred Hitchcock. United Kingdom. 1h57m.
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    The film is set in early nineteenth-century Australia, where the effete Charles Adare (Michael Wilding, incautiously campy) arrives in the company of his uncle, the new governor. The ambitious but indolent young man is befriended by a gruff landowner and ex-convict (Joseph Cotten), whose wife (Ingrid Bergman) is a social outcast on the verge of going crazy thanks to the nefarious housemaid (Margaret Leighton) who runs her household and supplies her copious booze. (Poor Ingrid -- everyone seems to want to ensconce her in an evil mansion and drive her mad...)
    Ingrid Bergman
    Joseph Cotten
    Michael Wilding
    Margaret Leighton
    Cecil Parker
    Denis O'Dea
    Jack Watling
    Harcourt Williams
    John Ruddock
    Bill Shine
    Victor Lucas
    Ronald Adam
    Francis De Wolff
    G.H. Mulcaster
    Olive Sloane

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