3.5 This one looks much better than the average British film of the time...For a long time it's a strange mix of poetic scenes (listening to the landscape), real locations and rather silly running gags with suspense missing. But the final confrontation in the Scottish open is just great.
A lesser-known Tourneur film that is somewhat uneven, but still encompasses Tourneur’s motifs and themes. Circle of Danger has been labelled as a thriller, but regardless of genre, Tourneur’s films are always about love and freedom. A man named Clay Douglas is looking for revenge for his brother’s murder in World War Two, and similarly to Martín Peñaloza from Way of a Gaucho (Penaloza charges towards his (cont.)