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A Hypnotic Nightmare: Dissecting the Dream Sequence from Hitchcock’s Vertigo

The haunting two-minute clip that stands out as a feat of technicolor montage

image credit: Alfred J. Hitchcock Productions

Hitchcock’s Vertigo (1958) is undeniably one of the greatest films of all time. In the second half of the film, the audience is stunned with a terrifying yet beautiful two-minute clip that coalesces the…




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MFA in Creative Writing. Enjoys music, writing, and spending time with his wife and son. Writes about mental health, movies, and other topics.

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