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Rebecca Reviews

  • Hubert 2022-06-29 23:09:37

    On the Suspense in Hitchcock's "Butterfly Dream"

    "Butterfly Dream", Hitchcock's pioneering work in Hollywood, is also one of his classic suspense films. It has a strong Greek style in terms of plot setting, suspense creation, and structural arrangement. This article hopes to borrow the basic point of view on "discovery and...

  • Sharon 2022-04-24 07:01:05

    Rebecca's room is so beautiful


    We'll never know the heroine's name, and we'll never know what Rebecca looks like. I always feel that the plot of the novel does not fit well with the movie. This incompatibility stems from the fact that many moments cannot keep up with the development of the relationship between the male and...

  • Idell 2022-04-23 07:01:40

    The review is a bit long, I can't write it and replace it with a film review, but I will make a pi film review

    The rhythm of the movie is super fast at the beginning and a little slower in the later climax.

    I didn't know it was Hitchcock's movie when I first watched it, but I found out after seeing the familiar Hitchcock-style zoom. The heroine is so beautiful. When the hero and heroine looked at the photos...

  • Amparo 2022-04-23 07:01:40

    We can never go back to Manderley again.

    Last night, I dreamt I went to Manderlay again. It seemed to me I stood by the iron gate leading to the drive, In front of the big iron gate in the driveway And for a while, I could not enter, for the way was barred to me. Then, like all dreamers, suddenly I was barred to me. I was possessed of a...

  • Jessyca 2022-04-23 07:01:40

    so sweet

    Just came over from "Gone with the Wind", and I thought it was the male protagonist of Gone with the Wind when I saw the poster. Why do all the men keep a mustache... Click in and feel like Ewan McGregor. This pure chin is so lustful! At the beginning of the classic monologue + scene suspense film,...

  • Doris 2022-04-23 07:01:40

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

    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")

  • Fernando 2022-04-23 07:01:40

    Distressed Manderley Manor (manual grievance)

    Ring in the ring, the very enjoyable image is really plump, a little old-fashioned, and acceptable. The most amazing thing is that Rebecca's face is not revealed. It is all recited in the third person. It can be restored to this level naturally in non-literary works. I really admire it (although I...

  • Dario 2022-04-23 07:01:40

    Watching Trivia

    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...

  • Kolby 2022-04-23 07:01:40

    Capture the audience's attention in a suspenseful way

    "Butterfly Dream"

    1. The same subject matter, some directors will be very artistic and poignant, and some directors will be very deep and boring, but Hitchcock will be exciting. I prefer Hitchcock's suspense style, even though I'm not too fond of suspense. But being able to grab the audience's...

  • Jerrell 2022-04-23 07:01:40

    Manderley's dream

    1. The novel is good, the movie is also good

    2. The source of inspiration for Zhen Huan's biography of the Empress Chunyuan?


Director: Alfred Hitchcock

Language: English,French Release date: April 12, 1940