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Spinx's avatar


Funniest ending ever.
8 years 8 months ago
fonz's avatar


Criminally inept and mentally unstable detective stalks a woman to her death twice! all over a beautifully photographed and wonderfully scored San Francisco.
3 years 9 months ago
Dewsions's avatar


You've really got to dig deep into Hitchcock's way of dealing with his use of specific shots and cinematography, being a film studies student, this is an excellent film to study, because it allows you to go further and arrive to your own conclusions, even if there are many. Saw this for the first film and I have to admit it had me completely confused but when you go back and watch specific scenes again in depth you can see how clever Alfred Hitchock was with him being a director and adapting the film to his own unique style for spectators.
6 years 6 months ago
sammysin's avatar


Just watched this on Blu-ray. So so good seeing it looking lovely.
6 years 9 months ago
devilsadvocado's avatar


Wonderful imagery. Great story. The ending did not do it for me, seemed a bit abrupt and awkward.
7 years 7 months ago
IanWass's avatar


Saw this a second time (on the big screen) and it dropped almost fifty spots on my "favorites" list -- granted, there are no established unified criteria for determining the rankings of said list. Initially, I was so caught up in the cinematography, the music, the style, the twist (and ending), and Jimmy Stewart's unsettling possessiveness, objectification, ill-treatment, etc. of Judy/Madeleine (as a self-reflexive mirror of Hitchcock's own well-documented behavior toward women/actresses) that I overlooked some of the film's deficiencies. Maybe this was only meant to be seen once?
5 years 10 months ago
monty's avatar


Vertigo - A Look at Color in Film
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=scmHVYYZZ3w
2 years 10 months ago
Zangin's avatar


This was my first Hitchcock movie. So, although I thought this movie was good, I was honestly a bit disappointed. First of all, the movie to me seemed divided between two parts. The first part spoiler is a pretty standard though entertaining mystery with a twist at the end and the second part, the rest of the movie, is the real "meat" of the movie. Although the first part is basically just your standard mystery film, the second part deals with a lot more complex themes and issues spoiler. I like how the movie explores these themes but the issue is that by that point, the audience is in on all of the mystery and I did not feel nearly as compelled to continue watching the movie. I think that this greatly decreased the film's effect on me. Another issue that I have with this movie is that a character, and even an entire subplot of the movie seems to be abandoned after the first part. spoiler. Lastly, there is the ending. I actually liked the ending. spoiler.
4 years 7 months ago
T-Made's avatar


Incredible film.
7 years 6 months ago
memo1's avatar


Hitchcock explaining the movie > https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oc2s9uSXWKM
5 years 4 months ago
demagogo's avatar


(removed by mod: please post in English)
3 years 10 months ago
ComradeVoytek's avatar


All I can really say is, "holy shit."
4 years 3 months ago
Joker of Gotham's avatar

Joker of Gotham

Really nothing special, I was expecting more, so many movies better than this and with better twists, the plan was good but she wearing the necklace at the end is just stupid, Chinatown is a better movie than this
6 years 5 months ago
lionel42's avatar


Hitchcock's 2nd favorite. After Psycho of course.
7 years 5 months ago
fkos's avatar


Outstanding piece of film making.
8 years ago

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