Murder, 1930

Directed by Alfred Hitchcock, this suspenseful whodunit is packed with twists and questions. Although not as fast-paced as I’d like, I was still intrigued enough to hang out with the characters until all the questions were answered.

A young and very handsome Herbert Marshall is a juror in a murder trial and feels pressured to vote like everyone else in order to finish the trial and let everyone else get on with their lives. However, he isn’t sure he did the right thing. His only solution is to find the evidence to back up his belief that the convicted woman was innocent. If he can’t get the evidence quickly, his chance to save her will end with painful regret.

How does he do it? He only has a few pieces to the puzzle, but with determination and careful thought, he weeds through facts and finds new clues.

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