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  1. For music, Hitchcock certainly could have continued to work with John Williams, and I can also see Danny Elfman or Alexandre Desplat. For costume design, Catherine Martin does wonderful work but I can't imagine Hitch wanting to share her with Baz Lurhmann. I'm thinking Tom Ford, who's also a director and would clearly relate to Hitchcock's love of elegance and his experimentation with color to portray a psychological state. For DP, I think Hitchcock would love the technical mastery of Emmanuel Lubezki as well as his willingness to experiment, but he might not like the high profile he's deve
  2. Several people mentioned Ghost Writer, and I absolutely agree, but I think Polanski was influenced by Hitchcock across his body of work. Rosemary's Baby...the much-discussed shot where Ruth Gordon is on the phone in the bedroom and audiences leaned to try to see around the door is very Hitchcock...and The Tenant, with its echoes of Psycho and other Hitchcock doubles, a neglected but very creepy horror film. Body Heat's (Kasdan) Hitchcockian plot has been mentioned, but there are so many Hitchcock images throughout that movie, and music (and the chimes) are extremely important as well. Lookin
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