History Film / Vertigo

24th Mar '15 8:17:30 AM growltiger
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Fix reference. Ferguson is obsessed with having Judy resemble his lost love Madeleine.
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25th Feb '15 10:53:01 AM eroock
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31st Oct '14 1:35:09 PM alchixinren
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15th Oct '14 9:15:35 PM Tropesofknowledge
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15th Oct '14 3:59:20 AM JulianLapostat
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The author Bill Krohn devotes substantial research in HITCHCOCK AT WORK using his own detailed production notes and analysis to show how carefully he worked out effects. Color coding in movies is not simply about playing with common colour associations but about trying to defamiliarize colour, to suggest something darker and romantic. In the film, green is constantly associated with death.
21st Sep '14 11:05:47 PM gallium
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green isn't the color of death in the western world, and in any case, was that what hitchcock intended?
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10th Sep '14 6:27:43 AM PersonalPOV
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8th Aug '14 9:52:24 PM CharlestonMan
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