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The Seventh Veil is a 1945 British melodrama film made by Ortus Films, a company established by producer Sydney Box, who here released through General Film Distributors in the UK and Universal Pictures in the United States. Francesca Cunningham (Ann Todd) is a suicidal, silent, mental patient under the care of Dr. Larsen (Herbert Lom). Via hypnosis Larsen leads her to describe her life history so he can investigate the events that brought her to attempt suicide. The film largely consists of a series of flashbacks in which Francesca talks about her life, removing successive “veils” to recover memories. Only her second cousin and guardian Nicholas, a crippled musician (James Mason), is interested in her. Nicholas though is a bitter man, faintly jealous of her talent and very misogynistic because of his relationship with his mother, but a divine music teacher who encourages her to excel but also to avoid all emotional entanglements. While at the Royal College of Music Peter (Hugh...
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