The Seventh Veil

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Time Out says

Ineffable tripe which mixes a heady stew of kitsch, culture and Freud as a concert pianist obsessed with the idea that she can never play again (people will keep rapping her over the knuckles) is cured by a psychiatrist (Lom) who guides her through her past in quest of the man she really loves. With Mason providing the catchpenny dream of (masochistic) romance - lame, dark and sardonically brooding, he's the guardian who relentlessly drives her towards success and away from frivolous affairs of the heart - you know that McDermott's cheery bandleader and Lieven's society portrait painter don't stand a chance. Enjoyable, sort of.
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Release details

UK release:

1945

Duration:

94 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Compton Bennett

Cast:

Hugh McDermott, Herbert Lom, Ann Todd, James Mason, Albert Lieven

Music:

Benjamin Frankel

Art Director:

Jim Carter

Editor:

George Hales

Cinematography:

Reginald Wyer

Screenwriter:

Muriel Box, Sydney Box

Producer:

Sydney Box

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