Thursday, March 13, 2008

Aquí huele a Hitchcock...y yo no he sido!

Hitchcock dejó una huella imborrable en la historia del cine y en honor a su trabajo, una panda de fotógrafos y actores se han unido para recrear algunas de las imágenes que marcaron su estilo.
Os paso el link al artículo del Vanity Fair (no preguntéis).





Dial M for Murder, 1954
Charlize Theron. Photograph by Norman Jean Roy.
The scene in which Charles Alexander Swann (Dawson) attempts to strangle Margot Mary Wendice (Kelly), only to be himself stabbed with a pair of scissors, caused Hitchcock great anxiety. Although the entire film was shot in just 36 days, this single scene required a full week of rehearsals and multiple takes to get the choreography and timing right.
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