Last night I watched Jean Renoir's The Woman on the Beach, starring Robert Ryan and Joan Bennet. A very flawed film that involved a blind painter who Ryan's character suspects isn't blind and is played by a man who had no idea how to play a blind man. At least the movie had some good ideas, even if they didn't play out so well.
I walked to the bank to-day and could have sworn I saw someone I knew. I locked eyes with her and I'm still not sure if she recognised me or not, or if she was even the person I thought she was. Oh well . . .