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  1. Hitchcock opens this film with a location shot of the tiny village in which we will find the hotel which is obviously made up from miniatures, which I don't think Hitchcock really tries to hide, and which instead emphasizes the somewhat "fairy-tale" nature of the narrative, which involves a sleeping beauty who awakes to a different world than the one she fell asleep in. In addition, the first few minutes are silent, and it is only when Miss Froy "vanishes" out of the door, that a cacaphony of noises and voices fill the soundtrack. Much importance is placed on the role of language here - from t
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