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Alfred Hitchcock writes, directs, and stars in this puzzling photo-story. On the set of his latest film, the lead actor receives an ominous note, and is later found slumped over his wardrobe, dead. Who’s responsible for the grisly scene? Can Hitchcock bring the murderer to justice?
‘Hitchcock belongs among such artists of anxiety as Kafka, Dostoyesky, and Poe.’
‘Hitchcock’s talent was so enormous, I’d prefer not to judge him as an individual.’
Alfred Hitchcock was the director of over fifty feature films, including Dial M for Murder, Psycho, Strangers on a Train, and Vertigo, which in 2012 was recognized by Sight & Sound magazine as #1 in its list of all-time great films.