I am looking for a movie- Alfred Hitchcock, I believe, based on a book called "Break Point" or something of that nature. I was asleep with the TV on an woke up to something about this movie. I can just barely remember a glass of milk floating on a tray down the hall. I think the wife thought that her husband was trying to kill her. Evidently he was (according to the book) but the Hitch was forced to rewrite the ending. Any help on this?
The film was Hitchcock's "Suspicion." Cary Grant was the fellow carrying the glass of milk up to the terrified Joan Fontaine. It was based on Francis Iles' novel "Before the Fact."
Hi I was hoping that someone, anyone here can help me find the name of a particular Alfred Hitchcock film. All I can remember from it is a flashback scene of the hero as a child. He is sliding down a banister outside an apartment of some sorts. We only see his feet. At the end of the banster, we see another child (his brother?). As the child reaches the bottom, his feet hit the other and pushes him off and ONTO a spiked fence.
Please tell me, which film is this?