1940: Rebecca - Hitchcock's obsessions... Love, Violence and the Psycho-sexual
by One Hundred Years of Cinema
Very few names loom as large over cinema than that of Alfred Hitchcock. One Hundred Years of Cinema discusses Hitchcock’s first American film, Rebecca (1940), demonstrating one of the most defining features of his work—an obsession with the psychological interplay between romance, violence and sex.
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