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Analysis/Review of Film Noir

I had grown up with a love of film but through the past two years of studying media, I grew fond of a particular genre; namely, Film Noir.  2,111 more words

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A valedictory discourse, preached to the First Church and Society in Deerfield, Mass. September 20, 1829 - ebook - PDF

A valedictory discourse, preached to the First Church and Society in Deerfield, Mass. September 20, 1829,  Willard, Samuel; Bowles, Leonard Crocker; publisher; Pratt, Minot, printer; First Church in Deerfield (Deerfield, Mass.),  Boston, : Published by Leonard C. 11 more words

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Looking back at North By Northwest

This month, North By Northwest is being re-released in selected UK cinemas One of Alfred Hitchcock’s greatest films (my personal favourite) it’s also one of his most cinematic, full of dramatic set pieces, thrilling spy drama and an amazing score by Bernard Herrmann. 848 more words

Film Discussion

The Psychological Thriller Genre

The Silence of the Lambs, Rear Window, The Sixth Sense, Gone Girl, Misery, Se7en, Vertigo, and Jacob’s Ladder can all sit with a Psychological Thriller tag on them. 945 more words

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Hitchcock October Marathon- Vertigo (1958)

by Nevin Hooper

Hello fans of classic movies! It is getting closer and closer to Halloween, so I shall continue with my Hitchcock October Marathon with one of his most famous films, Vertigo. 626 more words

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Rebecca

Miss De Winter as a character can be imagined as holding the image of what 1940’s society wanted of women. The role of a woman was rapidly expanding due to the war, women were called to help the war effort and were an intrinsic part of supporting the soldiers at home. 365 more words

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