The Hitchcockian style refers to the distinctive visual and narrative techniques employed by Alfred Hitchcock, a renowned filmmaker, primarily during the 1950s and 1960s. This style became famous for its suspenseful and psychological storytelling, innovative camera angles, use of suspenseful music, and meticulously composed shots. It often featured themes of suspense, mystery, and psychological manipulation. Hitchcock's films like 'Psycho' (1960) and 'Vertigo' (1958) are exemplary of this style.

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SOMETHING in the style of Hitchcockian

See also

Alfred HitchcockPsychoVertigo