Cinema: Current & Choice, Jun. 9, 1947

The Woman on the Beach. Joan Bennett, Charles Bickford and Robert Ryan in an intelligent triangular thriller, well directed by Jean Renoir (TIME, June 2).

Great Expectations. A fine Dickens story, brought vividly to the screen by Britain's Director David Lean & colleagues (TIME, May 26).

Torment. A well-told Swedish melodrama about a schoolboy, a girl and a psychoneurotic teacher (TIME, April 28).

The Macomber Affair. Hemingway's savage version of the war of the sexes, in which Robert Preston is bested by Joan Bennett, with the aid of Gregory Peck, a lion and several buffaloes (TIME, April 7).

The Farmer's Daughter. Loretta Young, with...

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