Release Date: 04 June 2007 | Certificate: Parental Guidance
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VERTIGO is Alfred Hitchcocks haunting tale of deception madness and death a masterful exploration of fantasy and anxiety. The film ranks with REAR WINDOW as one of the directors most closely studied films for its psychological complexity while the obsession of its protagonist--John Scottie Ferguson (James Stewart)--can also be seen to parallel that of Hitchcocks own fascination with the icy-blonde leading lady he recreated at the center of so many of his films. Scottie Ferguson is a retired detective his career ended by the onset of a paralyzing fear of heights. An old friend the wealthy Gavin Elster (Tom Helmore) hires Ferguson to follow his wife (Kim Novak) whom he explains has grown obsessed with an ancestor of hers. The assignment draws Ferguson out of his comfortable role as observer and into a complex web of intrigue mingled with the detectives own fantasies and fears. Stewart gives an exceptional performance as the disintegrating detective while Novak who was left largely undirected by Hitchcock conveys a subtle and powerful psychological journey. Another star of the film is its San Francisco setting. VERTIGO is considered one of Hitchcocks finest and most complex films.

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Release Date: 04 June 2007
Certificate: PG - Parental Guidance

Region 2
Sound: Dolby Digital
Running Time: 124 minutes
Production Year: 1958
Main Language: English

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