Suspicion is a psychological thriller with a romantic subplot made by the extraordinary Alfred Hitchcock in 1941. The film follows a naive and timid newly-wed woman as she begins to question the man she married. A debonair gentleman named Johnnie (Cary Grant) catches Lina's (Joan Fontaine) eye as they both travel first class on a train. Johnnie approaches her with conversation and it is not long before he courts her. After only several weeks of dating, they arrive at the somewhat rash decision to get married. Johnnie assures Lina's father that he will provide for his wife in an honest manner. But during their honeymoon together, Lina starts to suspect Johnnie is making ends meet by illegal means. Things become increasingly uncomfortable and suspicious when Johnnie's friend and partner is murdered. Who is the person Lina has married, and can she trust him? Fontaine's performance is truly exceptional, and as such, earned her an Oscar award for Best Actress.