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  1. Hitch is "up close and personal" with the shot of the woman screaming. So close, all you see is her screaming face, her terror, desperation. As only the killer would have seen....
  2. I have been a Hitchcock fan for many years, but this is the first time I've participated in any kind of "group appreciation". With that being said, I will comment that I primarily noticed a common Hitchcock theme after watching the "Pleasure Garden" clip. The obvious voyeurism is played out in a comical, yet somewhat creepy tone. Reminiscent of the voyeuristic scenes in "Rear Window", "Psycho", "Vertigo"...is a common theme Hitch uses, allowing the audience to involuntarily participate in this guilty pleasure (?). I am not a big fan of silent films, but look forward to expanding my app
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