You’ve gotta love a movie that has a “psychiatric adviser” among its crew members. In Alfred Hitchcock’s 1945 Spellbound, everyone is fluent in psychobabble and dreams are analyzed within an inch of their subconscious lives. Ingrid Bergman stars as psychiatrist Constance Peterson, who transforms from frigid doctor to silly, lovesick girly-girl faster than she can shed her Freudian slip. Gregory Peck plays her dashing but confused love interest, who is perfect except for his tendencies to freak out at the sight of dark lines and hiss at Constance that if there’s anything he hates, it’s a smug woman. Oh, and he also dreams of melted wheels and curtains decorated with gigantic eyes: Spellbound’s famed dream sequence was designed by Salvador Dali, and even those with only a passing familiarity with his work will recognize the Dali touch. That psychiatric adviser must have been in heaven….Spellbound screens at 8 p.m. at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, 7th and Independence Avenue SW. Free. (202) 357-2700. (Tricia Olszewski)