Torn Curtain 1966...just notes in The Master of Suspense: 50 Years of Hitchcock Posted August 22, 2017 Both Torn Curtain and Topaz have more than a few very good moments. I was surprised that I enjoyed them as much as I did. For me, Hitchcock put a lot of his touches together to make them really good stories on film. They were not as intricate as his Golden Years but, it was as if he just wanted to have fun making these films. I'll include Family Plot and The Trouble with Harry in this group. These two especially deal with the fun of the situations. I swear Barbara Harris is a whack job. The ride down the mountain and her climbing up Bruce Dern was the stress in the dumbest, Jerry Lewis, way. It was fun not to have them yelling at each other because they were both scared. Dern accepted Harris' for who she is and they knew (not being fooled) who was really responsible. Yea, I really enjoyed them all including Frenzy. All different but if you watch closely, all Hitchcock. By the way, did anyone notice how much Carolyn Conwell looks like Liv Ulmann?