Three sentence movie reviews: Vertigo

In contrast to today’s suspense/mystery-type movies, this one moves incredibly slowly. Very obvious shots are lingered upon until even the dimmest movie viewer gets the point. Still, it is a Hitchcock film, and though I had seen it before, I still was tense/frightened at the end.

Bechdel score. Two women: nope. Unless you count Kim Novak as two women. 🙂

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5 thoughts on “Three sentence movie reviews: Vertigo”

  1. I too found this movie to be a bit slow. But it is true, that the speed of most all movies has increased. Ever watched "Wait Until Dark".

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