Another fascinating Alfred Hitchcock thriller that gets added value due to the surrealistic dream landscapes that were added by artist Salvador Dali. Ingrid Bergman looks fantastic and is a excellent heroine to follow as she tries to solve the mystery nature of Gregory Peck, who is like a wandering sleepwalker throughout the film. The excellent directed climax is an effective ending to a strong mystery movie.
The atmosphere of this film creeped me out as a kid. Now, it looks like a very silly, flimsy, melodramatic picture, whose Freudian psychoanalytic detective work sounds as pseudo-scientific as anything in a cheesy 50s atomic monster movie. The form, however, is strong, and with the involvement of Bergman, Selznick, and Dali, it's Canonical by default. If only it latched onto the irrationality under the surface.