Upon release, Alfred Hitchcock 's Vertigo (1958) was deemed a commercial and critical failure. It was not as dramatic as Rear Window (1954) nor as surrealist as Spellbound (1945). It took years before it achieved its status as a masterpiece, but is ... Examiner.com, 5 days ago
Alfred Hitchcock, said director François Truffaut, was an artist of anxiety. Everything made him anxious: as a baby he was terrified by an aunt who put her face up against his and made cooing noises; in Hollywood he refused to cross the studio ...MSNBC Newsweek, 1 month ago
His reputation as a harsh but brilliant director is well established, but Alfred Hitchcock's "total control" over his leading ladies has now been revealed in disturbing detail. A bizarre predilection for glasses and a desire to dictate the outfits ...CHINAdaily, 1 month ago
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