Jamaica Inn (Force) (1939)

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Released 23-Apr-2003
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Sir Alfred Hitchcock is considered by many to be the greatest film director of all time. This special reissue of Jamaica Inn marks the centenary of the 'Master of Suspense.'

Jamaica Inn was Hitchcock's first adaptation of a Daphne du Maurier novel. He later made the renowned thrillers Rebecca and The Birds from her stories. The film is a tense and atmospheric tale of thieves and cut-throats set in the rugged Cornish coast.

Mary, an orphan girl, goes to live with her Uncle Joss, landlord of the Jamaica Inn. Working as a barmaid at the inn, Mary discovers that her uncle is the head of a gang of pirates who prey upon wrecked ships that have foundered in the heavy seas. When she then finds out that the gang lure the ships to their doom in the first place, her life is put in danger.
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