The late Sir Alfred Hitchcock aka “Master Of Suspense” is Britain’s most distinguished film director and producer.
Hitchcock started off in the film industry as a scenario writer in the silent screen era in 1920.
From there, he went to directing his classics, that include “The Birds”, “The Man Who Knew Too Much”, “The Thirty Nine Steps”, “The Lady vanishes”, Dial M For Murder and many other great films.
“To me, murder by a babbling brook drenched in sunshine is more interesting than murder in the dark and noisome alley littered Willi dead cats and offal.”
“They tell me that murder is committed every minute, so I don’t want to waste any more of your time. I know you want to get to work.”
“To me, suspense is immeasurably more potent than mystery, and having to read a fiction murder story through in order to find out what happened bores me.”
“The more successful the villain, the more successful the picture”
“I don’t make mysteries…I tell the audience everything, and then I make them sweat over how it will all come out.”
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