Strangers on a Train

Strangers on a Train
Doors open at 7 pm

In a casual conversation, two strangers discuss how to pull off the perfect murder—each of them taking care of the other's "problem" person—with disastrous consequences.

(1951, dir. Alfred Hitchcock, 101 mins., PG)


The National Bank of Indianapolis Summer Nights Film Series features 19 films this season, from classics and comedies to heart-warmers and horrors, check out the full lineup here.

August 17
The Amphitheater
Single film ticket: $8 M / $12 P
Season pass $135 M / $205 P
Children 5 and under free

Strangers on a Train, 1951. Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. © Warner Bros.