Marnie (1964) Mini-Review: A Hitchcock Skeleton Key — A Voyage through Film

“It is not improbabilities of incident but improbabilities of character that matter.” – Thomas Hardy In Alfred Hitchcock’s 1964 film Marnie, Tippi Hedren’s title character is a kleptomaniac embezzler/con artist with crippling phobias of thunder, lightning, and the color red. When it comes to the building of a fictional person, that’s a lot. It’s a […]

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