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Alfred Hitchcock and the Making of Psycho (Anglais) Broché – 15 janvier 2013

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Meticulously researched and irresistible...required reading not only for Psycho-philes, but for anyone interested in the backstage world of movie creation. --Anthony Perkins

Stephen Rebello's enthralling 1990 account, Alfred Hitchcock and the Making of Psycho, is at heart the story of a marriage. 'What if someone good made a horror picture?' asks Alfred Hitchcock of his wife Alma Reville early on in Sacha Gervasi's clever and witty drama about the making of Psycho. It was Psycho that so emphatically answered that question in 1960. --The Guardian --Ce texte fait référence à une édition épuisée ou non disponible de ce titre.

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The film tie in paperback edition of this iconic film book, to celebrate the release of the major feature film, HITCHCOCK. The film stars Anthony Hopkins, Helen Mirren as Hitchcock's wife, Alma Reville, and Scarlett Johansson as Janet Leigh. Charted here for the first time is the story of one of the true landmarks in the history of horror movies, from its grisly conception to its dramatic aftermath. Rebello takes us behind the scenes, drawing upon Hitchcock s private files, and in-depth interviews with the stars, writers and technical crew, to give a unique and unparalleled view of the master at work. --Ce texte fait référence à une édition épuisée ou non disponible de ce titre.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 ... of Alfred Hitchcock and "Psycho" is one of my favourite of his movies 19 juin 2016
Par Nicola Mansfield - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I'm a huge fan of Alfred Hitchcock and "Psycho" is one of my favourite of his movies. I've just finished reading Robert Bloch's book and re-watching the original movie to prime myself for reading this account of "the making of" Psycho. An excellent book for the initiated! This takes us from an account of Ed Gein, the depraved killer and grave robber, which inspired Bloch for his book, then to an accounting of Bloch's writing of the book from idea to after publication. Then this book settles into telling the whole story behind how "Psycho" was filmed, publicized and its final legacy. Rebello's book gives away all plot points for the book and movie and really would be of little interest to someone who is not familia with either. Make no mistake tthis book is about how the film was made, *not* abot Hitchcock himself or any of the personalities involved. The biographical material included is only what is needed to properly tell the story. I learned so much reading this book and found it extremely informative and entertaining. The next time I watch the movie I will be watching it with fresh eyes looking for and thinking about what I learned from this book. There are no pictures but I found myself reading with Google Images open beside me. When the first edition of the book was menttioned I neded to see that, when the first ever risque movie production adverisement was mentioned I hurried to find picttures of them. When the enticing theatrical trailer was described I had to watch it! When Hitchcock's cameo and Ted Knight's role as "man by door" was mentioned I quickly watched those video clips. I could go on and on! A true book for the movie connoseur.

PS: I have not seen the recent "Hitchcock" movie with Helen Mirren of which this kindle edition has a movie tie-in cover but I imagine that movie is hardly representative of the book for the mere fact that Alma Hitchcock is only mentioned twice in the book. Once standing near a closed door and second on a rare public appearance with Alfred at an event. That said there is quite a bit of information on their dauhter, Patricia, who is incredibly still alive at the time of this review.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A glimpse at the making of a classic. 15 février 2013
Par ADignorantium - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I went to see the movie "Hitchcock" last fall. It's loosely based on Stephen Rebello's "Alfred Hitchcock and the Making of Psycho." It was a fun movie that got me curious enough to want to read both the Bloch and the Rebello books.

Controversy abounds with both this book and the movie that is loosely based upon it. It seems everyone wanted a piece of the little film turned classic.

Rebello was thorough in his research. There isn't anyone involved in the making of Psycho that he didn't talk with, making him the foremost authority on the subject. Though some didn't, I enjoyed it.

This book is filled with amusing tidbits and behind-the-scenes drama.
I got the impression that screen writer Joseph Stephano was a little high strung. He didn't like being overruled by Hitchcock, and on many occasions felt snubbed by the director. The truth is, Hitchcock wanted people around him whom he could trust. Stephano was inexperienced, and Hitchcock wasn't going to let his baby fail.

I studied some film and television in school, so I was fascinated by the technical details provided by Saul Bass, who created the now famous opening credit graphics and animations. It probably explains why I enjoyed this book so much. Tricks of the trade abound.
One of the more interesting things, is how Hitchcock used the crew from his popular television series to create this suspense classic.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Great book for avid fans of the movie Psycho 26 septembre 2016
Par Brianod - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
An excellent book about the making of the classic movie Psycho. You might want to rent the movie they made out this book "Hitchcock" and watch that first or even after reading the book. The book is much more detailed and more accurate than the movie but the film is definitely worth seeing. This book, originally released in 1990, has updated information about the movie they made from this book. Anthony Hopkins gives a pretty accurate portrayal of this complex and very flawed man.

You won't find the "Hitchcock" movie in mass video retailers such as RedBox but I was able to check it out from my local library. And of course you can order the movie from Amazon.

Also, an excellent primer for film students. Plenty of technical information that does not get in the way of Rebello's compelling storytelling. The author actually interviewed Hitchcock shortly before the "Master of Suspense" died and he is recognized as an expert on the man.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great behind the scenes info on Hitchcock 1 décembre 2012
Par Kindle Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I bought this as a Kindle book awhile ago. It was one of those ebooks I read right away - as soon as I started it, I couldn't put it down. I even kept reading it in bed long after I should have been asleep. I have found that I enjoy these kind of behind the scenes books. I am not the hugest Hitchcock fan but I am a fan, as I have enjoyed many of his productions - tv and movies. For example, reading all about the making of Psycho gave me a more enriching experience. After finishing the ebook, I purchased the newest blu-ray of Psycho. I enjoyed the movie again plus the extras included in the DVD, some of which were done by the author of this book. Now that I'm thinking about this book again, I may upload it again on my Kindle and browse through it again. It's that kind of book; just to reread some of the details - especially now that the Anthony Hopkins movie is out in theatres. Obviously, I highly recommend this book. Get it even if you're on the fence. You'll enjoy it.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Fascinating insight into Hitchcock's creative process 25 mai 2014
Par John Joyce - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
If you're looking for the deep insight into the relationship between Alfred Hitchcock and his wife Alma, that was the focus of the recent and very enjoyable movie 'Hitchcock', then you will be disappointed. However, if you are seeking a lot more detail on the process Hitchcock used as a filmmaker in creating one of the iconic movies of our time, then look no further. This book describes in great detail the entire process, from Hitchcock's acquiring of what was described as an 'unfilmable' book to its deserved box office success,

A 'must read' for movie fans in general and Hitchcock followers in particular.
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