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Vertigo (1958)

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Movie Info & Cast

Synopsis

A detective attempts to recreate a woman in the image of his lost love.

Cast

  • James Stewart
  • Kim Novak
  • Barbara Bel Geddes
  • Tom Helmore
  • Henry Jones
  • Raymond Bailey
  • Ellen Corby
  • Konstantin Shayne
  • Lee Patrick
  • David Ahdar

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Goofs

  • The amount of sunlight/shadows in the alley behind the flower shop as first Madeleine and then Scottie walk towards the door.
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Quotes

    • [first lines]
    • Officer on rooftop: Give me your hand. Give me your hand.
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Metacritic

100

Vertigo, which is one of the two or three best films Hitchcock ever made, is the most confessional, dealing directly with the themes that controlled his art.

Metacritic review by Roger Ebert
Roger Ebert
Chicago Sun-Times
100

From the very first images of Saul Bass' credit sequence, the whorls and patterns revolving in darkness, the huge eye bathed in red, the movie lets us feel the heartbeat and divided soul of its hero. And its creator. It is a movie about desire, darkness and the pull toward destruction. Most of all, it is about impossible love and overwhelming fear--conveyed with consummate control and art. Watching it, we feel the fear, suffer the desire. [Restored version; 18 Oct 1996, p.1]

Metacritic review by Michael Wilmington
Michael Wilmington
Chicago Tribune
100

Easily the best thriller of this or any other recent year...It's the film that marks him as a genius, that proves the auteur (or authorial) theory of filmmaking all by itself. It's the movie that shows a distinctive stamp, the movie that could not possibly have been made by anyone else. And most important, Vertigo is immensely entertaining. It has great peformances from its stars, an overtly Wagnerian score from the celebrated Bernard Herrmann and a plot that is almost hopelessly complex. Almost. [23 Dec 1983, p.D1]

Metacritic review by Bill Cosford
Bill Cosford
Miami Herald