Psycho: Film Guide





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A film guide that looks at Psycho (1960), the most famous film from the master of suspense Alfred Hitchcock, in which a woman is stuck in a remote hotel during a storm.

This guide is useful for exploring topics including Film Studies, Media Studies and Music in addition to highlighting themes surrounding family, love and relationships, life and death, directors, film history, production, mental health, gender, books and plays, and storytelling.


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Psycho Film Guide

A short PowerPoint of activities focusing on Psycho.

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