But I wanted to highlight one of the films that we watched a couple weeks back that I was not familiar with, but in watching it found that I very much enjoyed it. That film is "I Confess" directed by Alfred Hitchcock staring Montgomery Clift and Anne Baxter.
This is hardly one of Hitchcock's most famous works, and yet I highly recommend it. It's rhythm and pacing, as well as interesting story makes this a film I'm strongly recommending.
The film...without giving away the story...is about a young priest who is told about a murder in a confessional, and then becomes suspected of the crime himself.
The moral intrigue alone makes this an interesting film. I hope some of readers will take the time to add this to there Netflix queue, buy a copy, or request it at the library.
As a film outside of the typical Hitchcock cannon of "greats" I think it deserves your viewing.
Another lesser known Hitchcock film I blogged on this year, The Lady Vanishes.