I first saw this film with one of my favorite people in the world, my very good friend Denise, who, like me, loves classic movies. We live in different countries and, because of that, we sometimes watch movies on YouTube together and talk about them on Facebook as we’re watching them. It’s really cool. This was one of those. It’s not one of Hitch’s most famous movies, but it’s a great one nonetheless. Ingrid Bergman plays Dr Constance Petersen, a psychoanalyst who is often thought to be cold and emotionless. That is, until she meets Dr Anthony Edwardes, played by Gregory Peck. She notices that there is something strange about him and, as she tries to figure out what it is, she falls in love with him. And surprise surprise, he falls in love with her. She then realizes that he is a fraud and he confesses to having killed the real Anthony Edwardes and stolen his identity. I’m not going to spoil it for you, because there’s a hell of a twist, but I’ll just say that this is one of the most intense love stories ever put on film and if you don’t fall in love with both of them, check your pulse. Great, great film.