[Rebecca] Burning the house was directed and acted by the heroine?

Doris 2022-04-23 07:01:40

I have to say that the hero and heroine in this movie are too sweet. Hitchcock made a suspenseful romance film.

Another pseudo-Bluebeard movie. (same as "Scarlet Mountain")

It was originally because the image of Rebecca was famous, and I came to see it because of the Hitchcock movie.

But even knowing the plot ahead of time, the movie is still fascinating, and it has to be said that the master is the master. A lot of the movement is also quite good, I can't imagine it is a 1960 movie.

So beautiful

Pure Yuan old clothes (doge)

Finally, I guess someone will sooner or later suspect that the heroine burned the house and then blamed the head maid to escape Rebecca's shadow.

Although I personally doubt it, but according to the setting of the previous heroine, it is unlikely to be modified suddenly. Coupled with the movies of that era, the logic of character behavior is unlikely to be so complicated.

In addition, according to normal thinking, the head maid can be dismissed, and the loss of the house is too great. The head maid should fall from the same place where she persuaded the heroine to be a sign of evil and evil.

And the movie is more intuitive than literature. There is no hint in the whole film or the camera shows that it is the female lead. It is a bit excessive to think so.

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Extended Reading
  • Dana 2021-11-12 08:01:24

    Unexpectedly, Vivien Leigh's favorite man looks like a gentleman, and the plot is generally okay. In fact, the director can dig Rebecca’s and the mysterious butler’s lily tendencies

  • Jonas 2022-03-26 09:01:04

    The housekeeper is completely the poisonous Wei Wei of the previous wife, and it's too scary hahaha. The heroine's mental retardation is so heart-pounding that when she finds out that her flash marriage husband may have killed his last wife, she doesn't feel terrible at all, but she is so happy I... what is this epic level of silly white sweetness?

Rebecca quotes

  • Mrs. de Winter: I wish I were a woman of 36, dressed in black satin with a string of pearls!

  • Maxim de Winter: You thought I loved Rebecca? You thought that? I hated her!