Vertigo

Vertigo
Vertigo

Year

1958

Duration

128 minutes

Genres

Crime, Drama, Thriller

Language

English

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Synopsis

Detective Scottie Ferguson thinks he's pursuing a regular lead as he follows the wayward wife of a client. But soon he realises he's in love with the beautiful Madeleine - and when she falls to her death in an apparent suicide, he is devastated. By the time he sees her perfect double in the streets, Scottie really begins to lose his mind, and his feelings of obsession and paranoia spiral out of control in this tense thriller from director Alfred Hitchcock - often spoken of as one of the greatest films of all time.

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Contains references to suicide

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