Corridor of Mirrors

Synopsis: A man falls in love with a beautiful young woman and begins to suspect that he may have also loved her in a previous life.
Genre: Drama, Mystery
 
IMDB:
6.9
Year:
1948
96 min
60 Views


1

"What's the matter Mifanwy?"

Nothing.

"That bad dream again?"

Sorry I woke you.

"That's alright."

Goodnight darling.

Yes. I had a bad dream again.

And I'm sorry.

It's mine!

No, it's mine!

Wake up Mifanwy. You're

going to miss your train.

I've been awake for hours.

Those terrible children of yours

have been up since daybreak.

Here they come .. you'd better hide.

Stop pretending you're asleep.

We've thought up some nice new things

we want you to buy us in London.

Yes. we have!

Gwendolyn!

Wait for me!

We frightened you, Daddy.

David .. come here.

What's the matter David? Mummy

will be home again tomorrow.

Is London very big, mummy?

Yes it is. It has millions of people.

Will you get lost, mummy?

Mummies don't get lost, David.

Then why did you cry when the

postman brought that telegram?

Go on, get out of here!

Three blind mice! See how they run!

They all run after the farmer's wife, who

cut off their tails with a carving knife.

Did you ever see such a thing

in your life. Three blind mice.

Well, what is it this time?

It depends what you mean, as they say.

It means, my good woman,

that I can see you from where I am.

And whatever it is you're

thinking, you're up to no good.

You really want to know

what I was thinking?

I was thinking at first you haven't

kissed me "good morning".

And second .. that I have the best

husband in the world .. for me.

Well as for the first.

Good morning. And

as for the second.

I'm very flattered, but I never did

think very much of your taste in men.

I'm going to close the window, ladies.

There's a tunnel coming.

"How highly respectable they

think I am .. and how happy."

"I, with my beautiful home, perfect

husband and wonderful children."

"How shocked they'd be if they knew

the secret of my visit to London."

"I am going to see my lover .. yes .."

"I am going to see my

lover .. but I must go."

"Those dreadful letters coming

more and more frequently."

"Threatening to break up my home."

"I've yet to tell my husband."

"No .. he wouldn't understand."

I wouldn't want him to.

"Bywaters." .. "Frederick".

Executed for the murder of Mr Thompson

whose wife had been his sweetheart.

See number nine. Nine. "Thompson. Mrs."

Executed in 1923 for the complicity

in the murder of her husband.

And was killed in her presence by her

lover, a young man named "Bywaters".

Forty-four .. forty-five.

Death head of Marie Antoinette and

her husband .. poor things.

Forty-six.

Carrier. Jean. 1756

to 1794 .. death head.

One of the French Revolutionists.

he ordered over a thousand persons

to be drowned in the Loire.

He was guillotined by

order of Robespierre.

Forty-seven. Robespierre.

Hello Paul .. I knew that look.

You feel above the cut-throats and

murderers surrounding you.

Don't you? .. I knew that look so well.

That look of utter boredom.

You had it the first time I saw you.

I wanted to know all about you.

I wanted to know everything.

I still hear the tune they played.

The song the red-headed

girl was singing.

Seven years ago.

[ lady singing ]

"A tinkling piano in

the next apartment."

"Those stumbling words that told

you what my heart meant."

Anybody interesting here tonight, Jack?

One or two people maybe ..

"These foolish things remind me of you."

"You came, you saw, you conquered me."

"When you did that to me."

"I knew somehow, that it had to be."

"The winds of March make

my heart a dancer."

"A telephone would ring,

but who's to answer?"

"Oh how the ghost of you .. clings."

"These foolish things remind me of you."

Look who has dropped in.

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