Crime and Punishment (1956)
A young tormented student can no longer stand his miserable life. To avoid his sister marrying an old antiques dealer out of convenience, he murders a pawnbroker to steal his money. Very quickly, it is taken from remorse and confides to a young prostitute. The latter, very believing, advises him to go. He opposes this idea, but guilt devours him. He is soon struck by remorse, and confides in a young prostitute, who advise him to surrender. He opposes this idea, but guilt devours him.