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November 21, 2012


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This movie finally came to a theater near me, and I enjoyed the hell out of it. It's not about Saul Bass or Tony Perkins or minutae like Whitfield Cook's previous screenwriting credits, or even about the impact of "Psycho." It's about Alma and about highlighting her role. Gervasi doesn't buy that Hitchcock was as big a creep as Tippi Hedren claims he was, and perhaps he wasn't in the period depicted here. Watching this film back to back with the HBO film "The Girl," if either is to be believed, suggests that post-Psycho, Hitchcock fell progressively further down the rabbit hole.

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