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Summary: Johan Grimonprez’s ingenious documentary/fiction hybrid — a meditation on identity, filmmaking, power and paranoia — looks at Alfred Hitchcock’s late 50s and early 60s film against the climate of Cold War-era political anxiety. Using a meticulous array of archive footage – as well as a story by novelist Tom McCarthy about Hitchcock encountering his double during production of The Birds – Grimonprez traces the global rise of fear as a commodity, examining modern history through the lens of mass media, advertising and Hollywood. (Kino International)
Runtime: 80 min
Production: Zap-O-Matik
Genre: Documentary
Countries: Germany, Netherlands, Belgium
Language: English
Director Credit
Johan Grimonprez Director
Writer Credit
Johan Grimonprez Author
Tom McCarthy Story
Cast Credit
Delfine Bafort Waitress
Mark Perry Hitchcock Voice
Ron Burrage Hitchcock Double
Producer Credit
Denis Vaslin Co-Producer
Doris Hepp Executive Producer
Emmy Oost Producer
Hanneke M. van der Tas Co-Producer
Nicole Gerhards Co-Producer
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