A ten minute movie review of the beautiful new restoration of the 3D print of Alfred Hitchcock’s seminal thriller. Rarely seen in 3D on its 1954 release, British audiences are in for a treat from July 26th when they can see this superb murder-mystery on the big screen, restored to its original vivid colour and quality. See Grace Kelly at her most lustrous and vulnerable, ably supported by Ray Milland, Robert Cummings and John Williams in this claustrophobic, high-tension chamber-piece!
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DIAL M FOR MURDER was originally released in 1954 and the new 3D restoration will be released in the UK on July 26th. It will open at the BFI Southbank, Barbican and Curzon Mayfair, among other cinemas. The running time is 105 minutes and the movie has been rated PG for one scene of moderate violence.
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