THE BIG CLOCK is a movie directed by John Farrow in 1948.
George Stroud is a successful editor in charge of the magazine "Crimeways", one of the numerous publications of his boss Earl Janoth. One day, Stroud sees Janoth entering Pauline York's apartment. After a violent discussion, Janoth kills his mistress and asks his director Steve Hagen to help him cover his tracks in the victim's apartment.
Stroud is ordered by Janoth to find, before the police learns about the crime, the identity of the man who had seen him in front of Pauline's apartment. Under Stroud's supervision, the entire team of "Crimeways" starts to interview hundreds of witnesses. Stroud must find a way to charge Janoth before the clues brought by his team indicates that he is the one everybody is looking for.
The review of this Movie prepared by Daniel Staebler