Audrey Hepburn received an Academy Award nomination for her portrayal of a photographer's blind wife who is trapped in her New York apartment by an evil trio, ready to murder her to retrieve a heroin-filled doll hidden in her apartment. Henry Mancini's music heightens the pitch as tension mounts. With Oscar-winner Alan Arkin (LITTLE MISS SUNSHINE, SLUMS OF BEVERLY HILLS), Emmy-winner Richard Crenna (SABRINA, the RAMBO movies) and Efrem Zimbalist, Jr. (HOT SHOTS). Directed by early JAMES BOND director Terence Young (DR. NO, FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE).
Nominated: Best Actress in a Leading Role (Hepburn), 1968 Academy Awards; Best Motion Picture Actress - Drama (Hepburn), Best Supporting Actor (Zimbalist Jr.), 1968 Golden Globes
There are some nice, juicy passages of terror. -- Roger Ebert, CHICAGO SUN-TIMES