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a man standing in front of the golden gate bridge looking out at the water below
From Vertigo to Psycho, how Hitchcock changed the role of architecture in film
an old movie poster for rope starring james stewart and his brother, the man in black
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Rope (en México y en España, La soga; en Argentina, Festín diabólico) es una película estadounidense de 1948 dirigida por Alfred Hitchcock, y con James Stewart en el papel principal. Es una adaptación de la obra de teatro Rope, escrita por Patrick Hamilton en 1929, y tiene grandes similitudes con la muerte real, que tuvo una gran repercusión en su época, de Bobby Franks a manos de Nathan Freudenthal Leopold, Jr. y de Richard A. Loeb en 1924.
a man and woman standing next to each other in the woods
The style of Alfred Hitchcock – in picture
James Stewart and Kim Novak in Vertigo (1958)
two people sitting on a couch and one is holding a coffee cup in her hand
Vertigo
a woman is standing by the water with a scarf around her neck
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Kim Novak on the set of ‘Vertigo’
an old photo of a man and woman kissing in front of a stone wall with the door open
Kim Novak and James Stewart in Vertigo(1958)