Alfred Hitchcock - The Dark Ages

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Though rightfully considered one of the greatest filmmaker's of all-time, the final decade of Alfred Hitchcock's career is defined by struggle, with his final four films all trying to recapture the glories of his golden age. This video essay is an attempt to make sense of Hitchcock's dark ages, through analysis of his final four films: Torn Curtain, Topaz, Frenzy, and Family Plot. Critiques of each help us to understand the final decade of Hitchcock's career, as well contextualize the period within the rest of Hitchcock's career.

This video essay is made for educational purposes and is entirely non-profit.
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