This is one of my favorite Alfred Hitchcock pictures. Tippi Hedren is wonderful as the beautiful but disturbed woman who has committed a series of robberies. Athough she is a criminal, you cannot help but like her -- and later, when you begin to realize there is some traumatic event in her past that is the cause of her behavior -- you also feel sympathy for her. Sean Connery is equally great, playing the owner of a company that Hedren has robbed. Connery is the very essence of the "tall, dark, and handsome" hero. He falls for the beautiful thief and is determined to find out why she behaves as she does. This is not a typical Hitchcock film which is usually dealing with murder and mayhem throughout the picture. This movie does have some moments of suspense, especially with the ending, and Hitchcock is brilliant in his storytelling. The romantic relationship between the two lead characters, and the emphasis on how the past has affected Hedren psychologically might make this movie more appealing to women than men, but it is definitely worth watching.
This movie is about a child that grew up disturb because of her mother's life style. It psychologically damaged her for a long time until she found that special someone that helped her. It's a movie that you need to pay special attention.