This film was last shown on 4 January 2018
that plane's dustin' crops where there ain't no crops!’ Hitchcock’s rip
roaring, romantic and rarefied rollercoaster ride returns to the big screen! Thanks
to a paging announcement, New York advertising man Roger O Thornhill falls
victim to a deadly case of mistaken identity. To clear his name and stay alive,
he leaves town, first for Chicago, then South Dakota. En route, protection from
his pursuers is provided by the intriguingly named Eve. Famous for superb
scenes set in claustrophobic or agoraphobic locations – the UN building, a sinister
cornfield, a hysterical auction room, and most unforgettably a seminal scramble
across Mount Rushmore: the film charts Thornhill’s progress from cynical
detachment (the ‘O’ stands for ‘nothing’) through vulnerability to commitment.
Witty, impudent, suspenseful, this is Hollywood filmmaking at its most urbane
and glamorous. ‘A terrific game of tennis with grenades for balls’ – David
Thomson - The Guardian.
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