'feminist filmgoer: vertigo (1958)'


In this article I looked at Hitchcock's "Vertigo" from a feminist perspective:

In Vertigo, a film regarded by the British Film Institute as the Greatest Film of All Time, director Alfred Hitchcock lays out a love story in which the lovers are frustratingly never on the same page, and sometimes apparently not even in the same century together. The film’s storytelling backbone is my personal choice for the greatest film score of all time (a score which, to my chagrin, was ripped off in the overrated recent Oscar winner The Artist, which owes most of the dramatic impact of its climax to the several-minute-long excerpt of Bernard Hermman’s brilliant work).

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