Re: Title for this movie

Gary Handman (ghandman@library.berkeley.edu)
Mon, 31 Jan 2000 08:18:41 -0800 (PST)

uh...we ain't talking about Hitchcock's Spellbound are we?

At 06:16 AM 01/31/2000 -0800, you wrote:
>A faculty member asked me about this film. Ring a bell for anyone? I need
>a title...
>
>> The idea of the story was this: a man had been witness to or
>>somehow involved in a crime - murder probably. He could not remember
>>the incident due to trauma induced amnesia or some other cause. The
>>mystery was eventually solved through the language of dreams. The man
>>had a recurring dream about a wheel spinning in a void (this image was
>>in black and white - the rest of the movie may have been too, but AGAIN,
>>I don't remember!). Finally, a psychiatrist determined that the
>>recurring image of the spinning wheel represented a "revolver." This
>>was the key and the mystery was solved. There was a great deal of
>>suspense which my synopsis can't convey. I recall being riveted.
>
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