The Man Between (Special Edition) (DVD)

Directed by Carol Reed

Release Year: 1953
Running Time: 102
UPC: 7 38329 24029 5
Color Type: B&W
Country: U.K.
Language: English, German
Optional English Subtitles: Yes
Select a Format
$19.95 $11.97 (40% off) Buy DVD
Cast
James Mason
Claire Bloom
Hildegarde Neff
Geoffrey Toone
Karl John
Aribert Wäscher
Reinhard Kolldehoff

Crew
Directed by Carol Reed

After the end of the Second World War, English woman Susanne Mallison travels to Berlin to visit her older brother, Martin, a soldier who married a German woman named Bettina. Suspecting her of something, Susanne snoops on Bettina in order to protect her brother. When Susanne finds Bettina with her German friend, Ivo, he offers to show her around Berlin, and they quickly fall in love. However, Susanne quickly learns that Ivo and Bettina were once involved, and that they shared criminal past during the war. When Ivo gets blackmailed by his old associates, Susanne is kidnapped and imprisoned until Ivo does what they want.


DVD Extras Include:

NEW Audio Commentary by Film Critic and Author Simon Abrams

Interview with Claire Bloom (10:26)

Carol Reed: A Gentle Eye (44:01)

1967 BFI Audio Interview with James Mason (41:59)

Trailers


To read more about Kino Lorber Edu's terms of use and ordering information, visit Kino Lorber Edu.

Join the conversation
'@KLStudioClassic' on Dec. 6 2019 at 12:41pm
End of the Decade Sale Continues!' https://t.co/7WVBCDfUbY' Over 350 Blu-rays - $5.99 and Up! Free USA Shipping - Or…' https://t.co/GM3Z9BIqsA'
'@KLStudioClassic' on Dec. 4 2019 at 1:18pm
End of the Decade Sale Starts Now!' https://t.co/7WVBCDfUbY' Over 350 Blu-rays - $5.99 and Up! Free USA Shipping - O…' https://t.co/5ygwQwjzTv'
'@KLStudioClassic' on Dec. 3 2019 at 10:30am
Coming 2/25 2 Classics by René Clément (Forbidden Games, Purple Noon, Rider on the Rain) THE DEADLY TRAP (1971) •…' https://t.co/pswaOu05EK'
'@KLStudioClassic' on Dec. 2 2019 at 5:00pm
Coming February 25th on Blu-ray & DVD! MAX AND THE JUNKMEN (1971) • Audio Commentary by Film Historian Samm Deigha…' https://t.co/xLxrmUPtmi'
Tweet Now!