Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Year Released: 1944
Rating: 3.0

After their cruise ship sinks, a group of people from different socioeconomic backgrounds (including a Nazi, played by Walter Slezak) find themselves confined to a lifeboat, and have to work together (and tolerate each other) to survive. Although more famous as an aesthetic experiment by Hitchcock - and certainly not one of his most elaborate pictures (restrained both by technical limitations and overall intent - its main focus is to function as WWII propaganda) - the performances are uniformly good, especially Slezak and Tallulah Bankhead as the boat's diva.