An Alfred Hitchcock masterpiece, Vertigo is strange and hypnotic. James Stewart plays a retired detective persuaded to investigate the wife of an old university acquaintance, a woman who believes she is haunted by the past. They fall in love but all is not what it seems. If you stopped for a moment to question the plot it would fall apart. This being Hitchcock at his best, you never do...
From the inspired use of San Franciscan locations to Bernard Herrmann's lush, overwhelming score and Kim Novak's never-better performance in dual roles, Vertigo demands to be seen, not just once but over and over again.
Curated by Hamilton Film Society.
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