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This insightful documentary explores the story behind the iconic shower scene in Alfred Hitchcock’s horror masterpiece, ‘Psycho’, with its title, ‘78/52’, referring to the sequence’s number of camera setups and cuts. The contributors – who range from Janet Leigh’s body double to her daughter (actress Jamie Lee Curtis) and from modern horror directors to relevant film buffs – discuss Hitchcock’s fascinating approach to its composition, and the result it has on the viewer. The sound, camerawork and editing are all studied, thematic insights around voyeurism and maternal relationships are mused upon, and the film’s creation is given historical context. ’78/52’ is a love-letter to filmmaking, The Master of Suspense and the scene which changed the rules of cinema.
Acclaimed documentary about American cinema in the late-1960s and 70s.
14+ years 119 mins
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
Comedy from one of America's funniest directors, Mel Brooks, which is a spoof of the films of suspense master Alfred Hitchcock.
14+ years 94 mins
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Also in cinemas are family animation The Son of Bigfoot and Hitchcock documentary 78/52, with My Cousin Rachel leading this week's DVD releases.
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