3 things about Otto Preminger’s LAURA

Laura [1944]

1. Recurring visual motif: wall arrangements of groups of objects (masks, framed pictures, etc.)
2. When asked if he ever knew a woman who wasn’t a doll or a dame, Mark replies, “Yeah, one, but she kept walking me past furniture windows to look at the parlor suites.” Later, during a flashback, Lydecker walks down a snowy street past a department store with a parlor suite in the window.
3. She goes to the kitchen for a glass of milk, yet in the next scene it has disappeared.

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