‘Hitchcock’ And The Scene That Changed Film Forever
During a filmmaking career that spanned five decades, Alfred Hitchcock directed more than 50 movies, including the classics “Rebecca,” “Vertigo,” “Rear Window” and “North by Northwest.” But it was one of his last films that was the most influential: “Psycho.”
Shot in black-and-white and financed by Hitchcock himself, the 1960 film took in two and a half times more at the box office than “North by Northwest,” his previous biggest earner. And it made millions of people afraid to take a shower.
Anthony Hopkins plays the title character in “Hitchcock,” the story of how the iconic director,…
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