Hands Down the Best Nazis In Brazil Love Story Film.

This week Lost in Criterion gets hung up a bit trying to parse out the longterm goals of the films villains, but that doesn't stop Notorious (1946) from being the best film Alfred Hitchcock made during his time as an indentured servant of David O. Selznick. Probably helped that once pre-production wrapped, Selznick sold the whole package (and loaned the director) to RKO.

Give it a listen!