London spouses (Henry Kendall, Joan Barry) acquire a fortune and take a inconsiderate to the Deteriorated East.
Rich and Strange
Alfred Hitchcock made this pixilated, in many cases moderately cruel and tiresome comedy when his occupation was in the doldrums. Henry Kendall and Joan Barry top as the young married two who go through an property on a sphere journey during which their relationship comes under the control of strain, especially when they become shipwrecked in the Far East. The sizeable finding footage makes the film have all the hallmarks disconcertingly unfeigned at times. The stars are too advanced for their roles (although Joan Barry deserved to be seen after dubbing Anny Ondra's voice in Blackmail). Hitchcock's stylistic touches equip the effort interest of the integument today but even they are more exaggerated fit such slight subject occurrence.
While not really living up to its title, this story of a disenchanted suburban married couple is of the superlative of Hitchcock's earliest sound films, and there is not a murder in it! Kendall and Barry, married and bored, come into some rolling in it and reach to journey on an zillions liner to the Overstep East. He has an happening with a princess, while she becomes romantically involved with a planter from Malaya. Perchance, the designation of this nicely acted, rather eccentric, one slightly moralistic tale, comes from The Agitation: 'Doth offering a Neptune's change, to something rich and strange.'
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