|Original lang.||English, French, Japanese|
|Directed by||Kent Jones|
|Written by||Serge Toubiana, Kent Jones|
|Company||Cohen Media GroupTVA FilmsTVA Films|
Hitchcock/Truffaut offers fascinating insights from such luminaries as Martin Scorsese (who dissects Hitchcock's shot selection in The Wrong Man), Kiyoshi Kurosawa (who analyzes the famous Cary Grant-Ingrid Bergman kiss in Notorious) and David Fincher (who reflects on the perversions of Vertigo). Director Kent Jones -- a multi-hyphenated talent who serves as Director of Programming for the New York Film Festival, works on film preservation with the World Cinema Project, and writes for Film Comment and other publications -- skilfully blends these observations with the original audio recordings of Hitchcock and Truffaut's interviews, along with a generous helping of film clips, to create a dialogue across generations.
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