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  1. The opening of Frenzy has more graphic evidence (the naked dead body) as opposed to the media headlines in the Lodger. The public is also less chaotic in Frenzy and gathered together ironically to clean up the river. The Lodger was a little more straightforward in that a murder had taken place where Frenzy took it's time before revealing the victim. Lastly the way London is shown in Frenzy is much brighter in its opening than the foggy dark setting of the Lodger. Hitchcock does like to open his film with a crowd, brought together usually for an event of some sort. He also likes to introduc
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