Another of Alec Guinness’s multiple-identity vehicles a la Kind Hearts and Coronets, though this time he only gets to play two eccentrics, a sinister French nobleman and his English schoolteacher look-alike who inadvertently becomes entwined in a murder plot. Kind Hearts director Robert Hamer, on the downslide of a wildly uneven career, again plays squire to Guinness’s remote virtuosity; the results, by all reports, are hardly memorable. With Bette Davis, Irene Worth, and Nicole Maurey; screenplay by Hamer and Gore Vidal, based on a Daphne du Maurier novel (1958).