Corridor of Mirrors (1948) - Rotten Tomatoes

Corridor of Mirrors (1948)





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Based on a novel by Chris Massie, Corridor of Mirrors is a British attempt to match the poetry and lyricism of the French cinema of the late 1940s. Eric Portman plays a contemporary artist who tends to live in the past. He surrounds himself with Renaissance artwork, obsessed with the notion that he and his lady friend (Edana Romney) are reincarnations of the lovers in a centuries-old painting. Portman's delusions eventually lead to murder. Critical reaction to Corridor of Mirrors was split right down the middle: American critics found the film profound, while British commentators dismissed it as empty and ponderous. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi


Eric Portman
as Paul Mangin
Edana Romney
as Mifanwy Conway
Hugh Sinclair
as Owen Rhys
Bruce Belfrage
as Sir David Conway
Joan Maude
as Caroline Hart
Lois Maxwell
as Imogene
Leslie Weston
as Mortimer
Alan Wheatley
as Edgar Orsen
Thora Hird
as Old Woman
Noel Howlett
as Psychiatrist
Gordon McLeod
as Prosecutor
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It embraces its ridiculousness completely and draws power from owning up to just how insane it is.

July 30, 2018 | Full Review…

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