One hundred years on from the making of his first feature film, Alfred Hitchcock remains one of the most influential filmmakers in the history of cinema. But how does his legacy and body of work stand up to scrutiny today? Renowned film critic and writer Mark Cousins tackles this question and looks at the auteur with a new and radical approach: through the use of Hitchcock’s own voice in an imagined monologue. As Hitchcock rewatches his films, we are taken on an odyssey through his vast career in playful and revealing ways.
Dir Mark Cousins | 2023 | UK | 120 mins | 15 | English | Documentary
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