This second volume of Hitchcock’s Cryptonomies presents the director’s works as a radical collage of images and absences, letters and numbers, citations and sounds that together mark Hitchcock as a knowing figure who was entirely aware of his—and cinema’s—place at the dawn of a global media culture, as well as of the cinema’s revolutionary impact on perception and memory.
Subjects: Film Studies
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