Great disappointment in hope

Jennie 2022-04-19 09:01:42

At first I thought the two criminals were high IQs, at least Brandon was, but it was later discovered that one was a softie and the other was a self-righteous idiot. The work is more like a drama in a two-dimensional world, too far from reality. Who would be so foolish as to use secret murder to show their high opinion, even if they were to be fair and square, like the head of state; or to try to escape like a real criminal with high IQ, and would never lead like Brandon in the play The other side reasoned and found the truth. To get a high score for this movie, I just want to scold the dog. Is it all to show my approval of Brandon's rhetorical fool theory? Or do you express your difference through this? That's really as stupid as Brandon. Hitchcock's movies have seen a lot, there are many good ones, such as "Vertigo". But what is this? Isn't this just a literary film that expresses a fool's theory through murder? Is such a movie also suspenseful? The only thing that attracted me to the movie was Philip's piano sound in the play, and the elegant dress and behavior of the men. Of course, there were so many characters in the movies of that era that were outrageous. Fortunately, I always liked it. Between these two points is enough!

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Extended Reading
  • Randy 2022-04-24 07:01:05

    1. The actual length of the storyline is equal to the length of the film. There is no montage switching. The long shot is one shot to the end, similar to Polanski's 2011 "Killing". Psychological offensive and defensive warfare under humor, ambiguous themes were banned for a time, and after the release, Xi Fat bought the right to release it 30 years later. a color film

  • Cheyanne 2022-03-27 09:01:04

    Staged and one-shot are inherently compatible with each other, Hitchcock is just trying to return to the essence, taking another big step towards what he calls "suspense" through coherent performances, scenes and character emotions. While some of the splicing techniques may seem stale or even clumsy now, you can imagine how shocking they were at the time. The lines and the psychology are inside and outside each other, subtle and true. John Doyle is so arrogant

Rope quotes

  • Rupert Cadell: Brandon's spoken of you.

    Janet: Did he do me justice?

    Rupert Cadell: Do you deserve justice?

  • Brandon: The good Americans usually die young on the battlefield, don't they? Well, the Davids of this world merely occupy space, which is why he was the perfect victim for the perfect murder. Course he, uh, he was a Harvard undergraduate. That might make it justifiable homicide.