Marnie Edgar (Hedren) is a mentally-troubled young woman who is wanted for theft in several states. When she goes to work for Mark Rutland (Sean Connery), then attempts to rob him; Mark impulsively marries the troubled beauty and attempts to discover the reasons for her compulsive behaviour. When a terrible accident finally pushes Marnie to the edge of her sanity, Mark forces her to confront her terrors and her past in a shattering, inescapable conclusion.
Featuring Diane Baker and Louise Latham in outstanding supporting roles, MARNIE is one of Hitchcock's best films, and certainly his most under-rated.
The DVD includes the documentary "The Trouble With Marnie" which contains interviews with Tippi Hedren, Diane Baker and Louise Latham; the original trailer, a scored picture gallery, and production notes.
I do belive in the statement that if you don't love MARNIE you don't really love Hitchcock.
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