How Alfred Hitchcock Blocks A Scene
Vertigo is regarded as one of the best films in cinematic history for many reasons, but one, in particular, stands out—the blocking of actors in each scene. Join Nerdwriter1 for an exploration of Alfred Hitchcock’s masterful blocking and staging in the film.
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