Gripping all the way, this is a Hitchcock thriller in which, through happenstance, two men, completely different, are drawn inexorably together and toward an uncommon goal--murder. Hitchcock opens this electrifying film by showing two sets of male feet, those of Guy Haines (Granger) and
Bruno Antony (Walker), hurrying towards a train. Guy wears conservative-looking shoes, Bruno black and white spectator shoes, and from their very movements, the sure gait of Guy, the anxious steps of Bruno, the viewer can easily tell, once the two are shown fully on camera, their distinctive
personalities. After some club car chit-chat in which both men discuss some personal problem...