Dir. Alfred Hitchcock. 1964, 130 mins. With Tippi Hedren, Sean Connery. Costumes by Edith Head. In Hitchcock’s sexually charged psychodrama, one of his most disturbing and accomplished films, Tippi Hedren is a psychologically troubled thief with an aversion to the color red, and to marriage. The film is exemplary of Hitchcock’s masterful ability to tell a story visually, not to mention his obsessive attention to detail.
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