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Enthralling multi layered complex drama with magnificent direction and acting. Visually brilliant, emotionally and symbolically great study of guilt, redemption, the impact of fathers on their offspring and other deep themes. Genius.
Marvellous direction, music and acting along with a suspenseful, intriguing plot and incredible set piece scenes make this yet another Hitchcock classic. Also features a dream sequence created by Salvador Dali.
Less fluid and free visually than Hitchcock's usual due to unwieldy 3D cameras but still innovative in use of the 3D and still brilliantly directed. Grace Kelly is perfection and the clever, witty script and performances added to the gripping scenes and suspense make this another Hitch classic.
Early archetypal innocent man on the run thriller from Hitchcock. This is funny, romantic, classy and superbly directed. There is sparkling dialogue but a scene at a farmhouse table where no words are used and simple looks and gestures communicate so much epitomises the genius of Hitchcock.