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Alfred Hitchcock’s Rebecca: A Psychological Thriller

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  Hitchcock left the UK behind and crossed the Atlantic in order to take advantage of the Hollowood boom. His American adventure began with the film, Rebecca (1940). However, although the film was an undoubted success, in reality, the filming of Rebecca wasn’t as fascinating as one might expect. As a matter of fact, although the United States had the technological advancement, financial means, and opportunities that every filmmaker could ever dream of, it also had a dark side that, apparently, Hitchcock didn’t like at all. In the UK, Alfred Hitchcock enjoyed great creative freedom. Indeed, there, producers barely intruded…

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Chantal Maille
Praticien en Psychothérapie - Psychanalyste, Coaching conjugal & Sophrologie https://chmpsy.com

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