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Caption: PT

Classification: 16+ 

 

Young and Innocent, 1 h 22 min (1939) 

Alfred Hitchcock (Suspense)

 
 
 

Young and Innocent" is a 1937 British thriller film directed by Alfred Hitchcock. It is considered one of the first Hitchcock films to be filmed in England.

The story follows a young filmmaker, Robert Tisdall, who is framed for murder after his ex-girlfriend is found dead. Robert escapes and is pursued by the police, but is helped by Erica Burgoyne, a young woman who believes in his innocence. Together they work to find the real killer and prove Robert's innocence.

"Young and Innocent" is a thriller that combines elements of comedy and drama to create an engaging plot. Hitchcock's direction is effective in building tension and the editing is clever, heightening the plot's tension. In addition, the cast is talented, with emphasis on the performance of Nova Pilbeam as Erica.

 

In short, "Young and Innocent" is a 1937 British thriller film directed by Alfred Hitchock. With an engaging plot and talented performances, it is a masterpiece of suspense cinema and a must for fans of the genre and Hitchock himself.

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