From Lewis Allen, the acclaimed director of The Uninvited, The Unseen, Desert Fury and A Bullet for Joey, comes this classic film noir starring screen great Ray Milland (The Lost Weekend). An innocent woman falls under a villain’s spell in So Evil My Love, a captivating thriller of obsession and deceit. In the late 19th century, English widow Olivia Harwood (Ann Todd, The Paradine Case) meets Mark Bellis (Milland), a charming-but-dangerous criminal who’s renting a room in her boarding house. Hopelessly in love with a man who is playing her for a fool, Olivia soon descends into a life of crime as Mark persuades her to steal from her friend Susan Courtney (Geraldine Fitzgerald, O.S.S.), the wife of a wealthy peer. Discovering a packet of scandalous letters that could ruin the Courtneys socially, Olivia blindly follows the scoundrel’s biddings, leading down a path of blackmail and murder. Co-starring Leo G. Carroll (The House on 92nd Street) and Hugh Griffith (Kind Hearts and Coronets).