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The Man Who Knew Too Much

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Murray Pomerance offers an illuminating account of one of Hitchcock's most intruiging and successful films, The Man Who Knew Too M... Weiterlesen
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Beschreibung

Murray Pomerance offers an illuminating account of one of Hitchcock's most intruiging and successful films, The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956), starring James Stewart and Doris Day. Through a close reading of the film alongside analysis of its complex production history, Pomerance's analysis highlights its darkest nuances, and its themes of musicality, gendered power, and cultural strangeness. He proposes that, far from being a merely charming escapade, the film tells a strange story of doubling, spiritual presence, and the intricacies of social organisation.

Autorentext
Murray Pomerance is Professor of Sociology at Ryerson University, Canada. He is the editor of numerous series, and author of many books, including The Eyes Have It: Cinema and the Reality Effect and Alfred Hitchcock's America.

Klappentext

Eminent Hitchcock specialist Murray Pomerance offers an illuminating account of one of Hitchcock's most successful films, The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956), starring James Stewart and Doris Day. Through a close reading of the film alongside analysis of its complex production history, Pomerance underlines its significance within Hitchcock's oeuvre.



Inhalt
Prefatory.- The Story.- 1. Arabesque.- 2. Wild-Goose Chase.- 3. I Heard Voices.- 4. Fathers and Sons.- 5. In Arcady.- Notes .- Credits .- Bibliography.

Produktinformationen

Titel: The Man Who Knew Too Much
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EAN: 9781844579556
ISBN: 978-1-84457-955-6
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Genre: Kunst
Anzahl Seiten: 96
Gewicht: 158g
Größe: H191mm x B135mm x T11mm
Jahr: 2016