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Daily Archives: September 16, 2016

There have, of course, been many books, articles and academic theses written about the films of the great director, Alfred Hitchcock. Some of these publications, such as Hitchcock’s Films Revisited (Robin Wood), The Art of Alfred Hitchcock (Donald Spoto), and A Long Hard Look at Psycho (Raymond Durgnat), have become reference guides, providing fascinating insights into the director’s unique approach… Read more »

16 September 2016 | Features, Reviews

Many actors and actresses have tried perfecting roles with a foreign accent or dialect. Although many of these have made an honorable attempt at it, some doing a decent job, it is rarely close to the original. And of course, it is difficult, since there will always be locals who can pinpoint the smallest nuances of words that the actor… Read more »

16 September 2016 | Features, Other Lists

Who doesn’t like a good visually stunning film? Last month, we made a list of 15 lesser-known visually stunning films, and it was warmly welcomed by Taste of Cinema readers. Unfortunately, we had to drop a number of great films when compiling the list, so we decided to make it a running series on the site. Without further ado, these… Read more »

16 September 2016 | Features, Film Lists