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The most famous and possibly the most flat-out tense of director Alfred Hitchcock's thrillers. After Marion Crane steals a huge sum of money from her boss and drives out of town, she finds herself caught in a storm - and then becomes the only guest at a remote hotel. What happens from this point in the story is best left as a series of surprises - but it contains some of the most memorable scenes movie history has to offer, along with an equally superb soundtrack that has a crucial role in shaping the action.
This is a teaching resource written by CCEA's senior exam team, with Into Film in support of the GCE Moving Image Arts specification.
A film guide that looks at Psycho (1960), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
A teen idolises her exciting, glamorous uncle - but also suspects he's a serial killer in this film by the legendary Alfred Hitchcock.
11+ years 103 mins
Hitchcock's chilling, inexplicable and slow-burning horror about a mysterious series of savage attacks by birds.
14+ years 119 mins
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With its re-release, we look back at this classic film & explore the shocking nature of its production - including processes that would never be allowed today!
Reading time 8 mins
Often regarded as one of the greatest filmmakers of all time, we take a look at the far-reaching influence and legacy of the 'Master of Suspense'.
Reading time 9 mins
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