Corridor of Mirrors


Drama / Mystery

IMDb Rating 6.5 10 506


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November 18, 2021



Christopher Lee as Charles
Lois Maxwell as Lois
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883.87 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
96 min
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1.6 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
96 min
P/S N/A / N/A

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Leofwine_draca 4 / 10 / 10

Sedate storytelling

CORRIDOR OF MIRRORS is a late 1940s drama with some supernatural touches surrounding the whole past-life experience set-up. Unfortunately it plays out as a stodgy and dated character drama lacking the kind of incident and memorable events that a story like this needs. The main actors chosen for the roles give disaffected turns and it's one of those movies that the viewer simply can't get engaged with at all. What it does boast is some atmospheric direction from Terence Young, bringing to life some fine locations and the like, and bit-parts from various future stars including Lois Maxwell and Christopher Lee.

Reviewed by boblipton 5 / 10 / 10

French Poetic Realism Topples Into Madness

In Terence Young's first movie, Edana Romney is a society girl whiling her time away while the young man she's going to marry is overseas. She falls in with Eric Portman, who seems terribly rich and terrible arty.... but is obsessed with a 300-year-old painting of a young woman and reincarnation. When he gets around to showing it to Miss Romney, it's the spit and image of her, and he thinks he's the reincarnation of the Borgia she left for another man. The remainder is part 18th Century Gothic literature, part war-weary spiritualism, and part obsessive behavior that Hitchcock would revisit in VERTIGO. Young directs it as a movie about madness, but it could have easily been tilted in favor of spiritualism, especially given the ornate palace sets, a wild medieval party, and the shafts of light that cinematographer Andre Thomas lays among Serge Pimenoff's Cyclopean sets. It's French realism gone mad, and the film makers knowing it. It's terribly arty, and almost self-congratulatory in its excesses. While it takes itself too seriously for my taste, it will certainly appeal to many people.

Reviewed by Prismark10 5 / 10 / 10

A man out of time

Terence Young made his directorial debut with Corridor of Mirrors, a strange Gothic romantic fantasy drama. Mifanwy (Edana Romney) a married mother is travelling from Wales to London to meet her lover. She goes to the Chamber of Horrors in Madame Tussaud's, her lover turns out to be one of the wax exhibits. We go to a flashback when Paul Mangin (Eric Portman) first meets young Mifanwy. Mangin is a man out of his time. Dressed in Edwardian clothes, goes about in a hansom cab and thinks he and Mifanwy were lovers in Renaissance Italy. Mifanwy is Mangin's ideal fantasy woman, a seducer who has spent centuries looking for his perfect muse. There has been others but he is obsessed with Mifanwy who is the closest to his desires. We see the steps that lead to him being accused of murder. There is an element of creakiness and archness in the acting that lets the film down. Portman is fine but Romney is the weak link. The production values are very good, the story is a little offbeat but it just does not come together well.

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