November 28, 2012
Catching the References in ‘Hitchcock,’ From ‘The Birds’ to the Blondes

While Psycho was considered a risky departure for Hitchcock, the film shared much with the director’s prior work, ranging from the influence of ’20s German Expressionist cinema to Hitchcock’s obsession with beautiful blondes, voyeurism, and split identities.

Read more. [Image: Fox Searchlight]

Catching the References in ‘Hitchcock,’ From ‘The Birds’ to the Blondes

While Psycho was considered a risky departure for Hitchcock, the film shared much with the director’s prior work, ranging from the influence of ’20s German Expressionist cinema to Hitchcock’s obsession with beautiful blondes, voyeurism, and split identities.

Read more. [Image: Fox Searchlight]

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