Hitchcock

Hitchcock

Hitchcock follows the relationship between director Alfred Hitchcock and his wife Alma Reville during the making of his most famous film "Psycho" - and the trials and tribulations the director faced from Hollywood censors.

The movie tells a love story about one of the most influential filmmakers of the last century, Alfred Hitchcock and his wife and partner Alma Reville during the making of Psycho, a controversial horror film that became one of the most acclaimed and influential works in his career. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Shantel D (it) wrote: Really well done, and relatively interesting. The actors did great! Though it was a good movie, I probably won't watch it again because it is a little too long for what it is.

Lee M (mx) wrote: Between a 4/10 and 5/10, it's conventional and derivative and middlebrow enough to fall back on broad stereotypes of what audiences in Omaha thought of the 'hippie movement.

Eric B (fr) wrote: Soaked in symbolism and mystery, "Teorema" is one of those films where even the most basic plot elements could launch a debate. What really happened here?Loosely similar to "Six Degrees of Separation" in theme, "Teorema" is set in a large mansion populated by a middle-aged couple, their daughter Odetta, their son Pietro and a few servants. After an incoming telegram announces "ARRIVING TOMORROW," the family casually accepts the extended stay of an intense, handsome lad with piercing blue eyes (a young, wiry Terence Stamp). We have no idea about his previous connection to the others, if there is one. When he first appears onscreen, Odetta blankly identifies him as "a boy."Stamp's smoldering magnetism proceeds to seduce everyone who sees his flaunted trouser bulges. The maid, son, mother and daughter soon offer themselves to him, almost as if hypnotized. The father takes a more indirect route, and instead re-channels his desire into brutish sex with his wife.Their virile guest's motives remain unclear. Stamp seems more concerned with psychological domination than lust, and his words are no help because the script's dialogue is eerily sparse. And the others don't get much time to probe him, because he leaves shortly after completing his conquests.But the film is only halfway through. And here is where the tale leaves behind realism and turns much more interesting. The characters whom Stamp has touched discover new abilities and feelings within themselves, and change in ways which shouldn't be spoiled in a review. None of our lingering questions are answered, and we're only left to speculate why Stamp affected these people so deeply. Is he God? The Devil? Director Pier Paolo Pasolini isn't telling.

Bob W (jp) wrote: Preminger does well translating the Broadway musical (itself an update of the opera Carmen) to film. Belafonte and especially Dorothy Dandridge (nominated for best actress) give good performances.

Daniel I (es) wrote: An enjoyable crime movie starring John Garfield as a champion boxer (Johnny Bradfield), who was framed for a murder by his crooked manager; Johnny then goes on the run and becomes a kind of wise-cracking role-model for a 'gang' of underprivileged delinquents. This 1939 flic is charming, fun to watch, and has a nice twist at the end.

soul r (fr) wrote: not as good as Amorres Perros, yet it's plenty good

Austin M (es) wrote: This Movie was really good!

Sanjay T (br) wrote: It's not good or bad.

Yuri B (br) wrote: This was a very interesting... Greta Gerwig is very underrated as an actress in my opinion.

Dave J (br) wrote: Ahead of it's time or dated plot? A little of both as it rumbles along trying to the thriller that everyone hopes it can be. Most of the cast is really not needed or they could have plugged in nobodies outside of Redford/McDonnel/Kingsley. Still has some interesting ideas and has a nice flow to it. Its not quite a 80s movie, but not quite something more modern and sleek.