Alfred Hitchcock's DIAL M FOR MURDER (1954) is back on the big screen and digitally-restored to its original eye-popping 3D format!
Shot in "Natural Vision," a format that introduced the world to 3D cinema in 1953 with titles like Arch Oboler's Bwana Devil and André de Toth's House of Wax, Hitchcock's tale is a drawing room thriller, a story of domestic horror that is born from within.
Noted Hollywood actor Ray Milland portrays Tony Wendice, an ex-tennis pro who gives up fame and fortune for the woman he loves, Margot Mary Wendice (the inimitable Grace Kelly). Upon learning that his wife is engaged in a torrid affair with an American crime-fiction writer, who then shortly thereafter pays the married couple a personal and unwelcome visit, Tony becomes filled with anxiety, jealousy, and intense rage. He crafts a brilliant and devious plan to strike back against his unfaithful wife, but nothing quite goes as planned.
DIAL M FOR MURDER shows what happens when the perfect murder... goes perfectly wrong.