Strange Illusion

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Released 1945

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Director:
Edgar G. Ulmer
Released:
1945
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"'Strange Illusion' is another stylish low-budget feature directed by Edgar G. Ulmer," writes Carl Macek in Silver & Ward's indispensable guide "Film Noir," "The most interesting aspect of the film rests in its updating of 'Hamlet,' complete with a message from beyond the grave and the faked insanity, into contemporary thriller. The asylum sequences are controlled visions of chaos and corruption, a mental hell sardonically defined by Ulmer." A Poverty Row suspense classic as only Ulmer made 'em.

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Action & Adventure

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Crime