Watching Trivia

Dario 2022-04-23 07:01:40

1. The original book I read when I was in elementary school, and what I can recall before watching the movie is the Manderley Manor in the dream in the first chapter, and Rebecca who lives in the people's meeting.

2. The change in the position of strength and weakness between Derwent and the heroine is very interesting. At the beginning, Derwent was absolutely strong. How to hook up with the little girl; when it happened, the heroine became stronger and became Derwent's spiritual support.

3. The heroine is not a little white rabbit. From lying and secretly traveling with Derwent, to rushing into Derwent's bedroom to say goodbye to him (with retreat as the advance), it can be seen that although the heroine has always been weak and trembling, she He is a very assertive person who dares to pursue what he wants.

4. The most attractive is Rebecca, the character who died as soon as she appeared, but lived into an eternal legend;

In the movies of the 1950s and 1950s, the heroine's clothing was still fashionable (although she was complained in the movie);

6. The gossip I just saw yesterday, Joan Fontaine and the actors of "Gone with the Wind" Melanie are sisters, both of them are Oscar queens, but their relationship is not good.

7. The last half hour is the most exciting, with many reversals. Although I have seen the ending in the book, I still feel hearty.

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Extended Reading
  • Zachary 2022-03-22 09:01:34

    Poke the foggy opening, the mistress who never shows up but controls the fate of all the characters, and the shots that break the foreground.

  • Kirsten 2022-03-26 09:01:04

    Hahaha, it seems that Hitchcock also loves the theme of the overbearing president falling in love with me. It's getting better and better. The last 20 seconds are the best in the whole play.

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!