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  1. I might add films by M. Night. Shyamalan , who was heavily influenced by Hitchcock. When I first watched Signs (2002) in the cinema I got a feeling of Hitchcock from the moment the movie started with that opening theme full of stringed instruments similar to how the opening of Psycho makes you feel.
  2. Some that come to mind: - Road Games (1981) directed by Richard Franklin - An Aussie film similar to Rear Window but from a truck drivers point of view. - Wait Until Dark (1967) directed by Terrence Young - Play Misty For Me (1971) directed by Clint Eastwood - The Fallen Idol (1948) directed by Carol Reed There are also quite a few by Brian De Palma being Body Double, Sisters, Dressed to Kill etc.
  3. 1. ​I certainly see some of the touches of Hitchcock in his first film that will hang around in the decades to come. The revealing of characters possible motives or intentions as the camera passes by the blokes looking, gazing and pondering upon the beauty that is before them ending with the comic touch of the bored, sleeping lady. The mysteries hidden in the deep recesses of man are revealed in one pass. 2. ​Yes absolutely. 3. A good silent film is one where words are not entirely missed, and this clip is no exception. Much is revealed and much is said without a word being uttered. The
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