With All Due Credit: The Stranger

'With All Due Credit: The Stranger'

Year in review: In August, we released Orson Welles’s The Stranger  (1946) on DVD and Blu-ray.

Even from the opening credits, the motif of clocks is in the foreground of The Stranger. The clock serves many roles in the film, both narratively (Welles’s Kindler is a clock repairman and one of the film’s most tense set pieces unfurls in a clock tower) and thematically.

You can take home The Stranger on DVD and Blu-ray.

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December 27, 2017

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