Solidly crafted post-war spy drama from Hitchcock. Cary Grant and Ingrid Bergman tiptoe through a den of Nazi vipers in Rio de Janeiro. The script is tight and the action is efficiently directed. This one doesn't lean into the dark humor of other Hitch projects and even Cary Grant's natural charms are downplayed perhaps in an effort to raise the stakes. Ingrid Bergman ultimately finds herself in a position not dissimilar to the one she finds herself in in Gaslight (1944) . . .