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The behind-the-scenes story of legendary British suspense director Alfred Hitchcock's influential hit, Psycho, is fictionalised in this well-acted drama. Centred on the relationship between Hitch and his long-suffering wife and professional collaborator Alma Reville during the 1959 shoot, it's a playful feature that's more about entertainment than facts. A physically transformed Anthony Hopkins revels in his colourful title role as the obsessive Hitchcock, who risks his glowing reputation, his house and marriage to personally finance and film the now classic horror project that was shockingly extreme for its time. Movie buffs will love the recreation of 1950s Hollywood, while the peeks into Hitchcock's creative process are fascinating.
The most famous, and possibly the most tense, of the films of suspense master Hitchcock, in which a woman is stuck in a remote hotel in a storm.
14+ years 109 mins
Hitchcock's chilling, inexplicable and slow-burning horror about a mysterious series of savage attacks by birds.
14+ years 119 mins
Comedy-drama based on the early career of legendary director Orson Welles and his production of Julius Caesar.
11–16 years 108 mins
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