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  1. 1. I've seen some Hitchcock's films (not all of them yet), and I certainly see some "Hitchcock touch" in this sequence. For example, at the beginning, we see the scene from a high-angle shot, an angle that we will see in lots of his later movies. Moreover, we can also see the contrast between light and shadow that is present in his black and white films. 2. Yes, I agree. 3. I don't feel like there were any limitations on this scene. In fact, the actor's expresions and actions are enough to understand what the scene is about.
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