FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT is a movie directed by Alfred Hitchcock in 1940.
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NYC journalist (McCrea) is sent by his boss to Europe in order to interview the Dutch politician Van Meer about the risks of a future war against Germany. In London, Johnny falls for Carol Fisher, the daughter of Stephen Fisher (Marshall), the head of an important pacifistic organisation trying to prevent the war.
In Holland, Johnny is the only one who notices that Van Meer has been kidnapped and replaced by a look-alike. The American journalist will discover that the German Nazi organisation responsible for the kidnapping wants Van Meer to reveal the secret clause of a treaty signed by the European nations opposed to Hitler. Things get complicated when Johnny and the British journalist Scott Folliott (Sanders), while trying to expose the bad guys, finally understand that the head of this organisation is nobody else than Stephen Fisher, Carol's father.
The review of this Movie prepared by Daniel Staebler