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GASLIGHT
January 11, 2018  | By David Bianculli

TCM, 8:00 p.m. ET

 

Ingrid Bergman stars as a young, newly married woman whose husband (Charles Boyer) takes her back to her old home, the site of a family tragedy. And from there, things get… complicated, and very, very confusing. So confusing, with so many layers of deception and obfuscation, that even today, more than 70 years after this 1944 movie was directed by the great George Cukor, the title and term Gaslight continues to be used to describe efforts to hide, deny or alter reality simply by fabricating an alternate set of facts. You may have heard the term recently, for example, on MSNBC – but tonight’ Gaslight is on TCM. And that’s a fact.

 
 
 
 
 
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