Vertigo

Directed by Alfred Hitchcock

1958

Vertigo, based on Boileau-Narcejac’s 1954 novel, D’entre les morts, is a psychological thriller about an acrophobic former police detective hired by an acquaintance as a private investigator. Vertigo is well-paced, well-shot, and well-acted, though some of the effects hold up better than others. The film, fittingly, leaves one mildly uncertain of what to make of anyone and less sure as one peers deeper.

Would see.

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