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    Vertigo

    Poster of the movie Vertigo
    Year1958
    Run time2h08m
    GenreThriller
    Directed byAlfred Hitchcock
    Written byAlec Coppel, Samuel A. Taylor
    CompanyParamount PicturesParamount PicturesParamount Pictures
    11 reviews8.9
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    Guide for parents: Rated PG in the USA.
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    Guide for parents: Rated PG in the USA.
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    Guide for parents: Rated PG in the USA.
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    Guide for parents: Rated PG in the USA.
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    Guide for parents: Rated PG in the USA.

    Synopsis

    During a rooftop chase, police detective John "Scottie" Ferguson is overcome with a severe case of acrophobia--a deep fear of falling which results in a stultifying vertigo--that leads to the death of a fellow officer. After retiring from the police force, Scottie attempts to return to a normal life, but his life takes another unusual turn when an old school aquaintance asks Scottie to shadow his wife, the luminescently beautiful but utterly mysterious Madeleine. Scottie is wary but the minute he sees her he cannot resist the chase. As his fixation with Madeleine grows, however, so too does her obsession with death. When Scottie's vertigo prevents him from saving Madeleine's life, his one chance at perfect love comes crashing to a brutal end. Then one day, Scottie sees a woman walking down the street who looks just like Madeleine. She is Judy Barton, a salesgirl from Kansas with her own secrets--secrets that will once again turn Scottie's world into a dizzying battle between illusion and reality.

    Starring

    James Stewart
    Kim Novak
    Barbara Bel Geddes
    Raymond Bailey
    Ellen Corby
    Alfred Hitchcock
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