Psst! Hey, you. Do you see that strange looking chap sitting in the corner of the room fiddling about with his widgets? Yeah. That's the feller. The funny faced feller with the dangerous side parting and the chubby face. Well, doesn't he look like that actor who starred in this 95 minute move made in 1946? You know. The one Directed by and Starring: Orson Welles, with Edward G. Robinson, and Loretta Young. No? No he doesn't? Oh! It must be just me then.
The Stranger - The Remastered Edition - The Poster
Honestly. It was so suspenseful, nigh on all the way throughout this crime-thriller, I couldn't help but exclaim such stock phrases as 'Look out', 'Don't go there', 'Shit!', Whatever next?', excreta, excreta, excreta.
I mean, just take a look at how this movie starts off for instance. It begins with a fractured tablo, depicting an elderly man being released from foreign climes. Then you'll see the man in question approaching Orson's character, conveying to him both the story and the plot, whilst Edward's character fatefully trails him from a discrete distance. And finally, there, once the conceptual narrative is ultimately revealed, you then try to figure out what the hell is going to happen next.