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Vertigo is not the last word in misogyny, but a feminist deconstruction of it

From Vertigo to Psycho, how Hitchcock changed the role of architecture in film

David Lynch’s Vertigo

5 Frames from Vertigo (Hitchcock 1958)

The Origins of Auteur Theory

German Expressionism: Crash Course Film History #7

3 Hitchcock Techniques Magnified


Vertigo spirals

Film Score Analysis Episode 1: Vertigo


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