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Hitchcock Una de las biograf as imprescindibles para entender el cine cl sico y su evoluci n en la forma y en el fondo que ha tenido este arte durante la segunda mitad del siglo pasado El cine seg n Hitchcock es la recopilaci n de una serie de entrevistas que el famoso director y actor franc s Fran ois Truffaut le hizo al genio brit nico durante catorce a os En esta obra se expone con una claridad muy agradecida todo hay que decirlo la metodolog a y t cnicas que Hitchcock utiliz durante el medio si Una de las biograf as imprescindibles para entender el cine cl sico y su evoluci n en la forma y en el fondo que ha tenido este arte durante la segunda mitad del siglo pasado El cine seg n Hitchcock es la recopilaci n de una serie de entrevistas que el famoso director y actor franc s Fran ois Truffaut le hizo al genio brit nico durante catorce a os En esta obra se expone con una claridad muy agradecida todo hay que decirlo la metodolog a y t cnicas que Hitchcock utiliz durante el medio siglo que estuvo dirigiendo y que nos han permitido disfrutar de algunas de las mayores obras de arte del siglo XX, como Rebeca , V rtigo , Con l Hitchcock TruffautHitchcock Truffaut Any Book Length Interview With Alfred Hitchcock Is Valuable, But Considering That This Volume S Interlocutor Is Fran Ois Truffaut, The Conversation Is Remarkable Indeed Here Is A Rare Opportunity To Eavesdrop On Two Cinematic Masters From Very Different Backgrounds As They Cover Each Of Hitch S Films In Succession Though This Book Was Initially Published In 1967 When Hitchcock Was Still Active, Truffaut Later Prepared A Revised Edition That Covered The Final Stages Of His Career It S Difficult To Think Of A Informative Or Entertaining Introduction To Hitchcock S Art, Interests, And Peculiar Sense Of Humor The Book Is A Storehouse Of Insight And Witticism, Including The Master S Impressions Of A Classic Like Rear Window I Was Feeling Very Creative At The Time, The Batteries Were Well Charged , His Technical Insight Into Psycho S Shower Scene The Knife Never Touched The Body It Was All Done In The Editing , And His Ruminations On Flops Such As Under Capricorn If I Were To Make Another Picture In Australia Today, I D Have A Policeman Hop Into The Pocket Of A Kangaroo And Yell Follow That Car This Is One Of The Most Delightful Film Books In PrintRaphael Shargel This book will teach youabout the art of film making than 4 years and 200,000 at NYU will. La finestra sul cinema rewind Ripropongo il commento su questo splendido testo perch ieri sera ho visto al cinema il documentario proprio ispirato alla famosa serie di interviste che Truffaut fece nel 62 negli studi della Universal a L.A a un Hitchcock famosissimo e per poco considerato dai critici americani, mentre era adorato dagli europei Truffaut, che aveva allora 30 anni, ma era gi un apprezzato e premiato autore della nouvelle vague , nonch critico e animatore, assieme a tanti alt La finestra sul cinema rewind Ripropongo il c This book is about the two film directors Hitchcock and Truffaut It is a wonderful book and Jeffrey has written a superb review today on this.So my advice is to read Jeffrey s review and then purchase this book It is an historical document of the film world.A gem to have. I just reread this book, because it shifted my focus from being an artist to being a filmmaker and now writer , and I m not overstating I was making a living designing and building backdrops for visual merchandising and doing display windows in San Antonio, as well as commissioned works of art, when I found an early edition of Truffaut s interview with Hitchcock and got my first idea of how films were made In fact, this book should be a primer for all film classes once you ve read it, you ve I just reread this book, because it shifted my focus from being an artist to being a filmmaker and now writer , and I m not overstating I was making a living designing and building backdrops for visual merchandising and doing display windows in San Antonio, as well as commissioned works of art, when I found an early edition of Truffaut s interview with Hitchcock and got my first idea of how films were made In fact, this book should be a primer for all film classes once you ve read it, you ve got a good foundation in how to make a movie.Now I m not talking about the technical aspects of moviemaking lighting, sound, working with today s actors unlike yesterdays stars who weren t really all that less difficult to deal with , things like that I mean the visual needs and limitations of telling a story on film Hitchcock and Truffaut do a lot of commenting on how to use images to forward the story a 1964 16 50 8 2014 SOGNI AL BUIOQuando Hitch morto lo ricordo bene.E non avevo ancora letto questo libro.Il giorno che morto era un marted Marted 29 aprile 1980 Io vivevo a Palo Alto da qualche mese e stavo lavorando alla ristrutturazione di una casa attaccata dalle termiti Quello che dovevo fare ricordava molto quello che nella pubblicit della Plasmon faceva l uomo che scolpiva la scritta con un martellone data la mia scarsa esperienza in materia, continuavo a sbagliare la mira, e la mano che reggeva l SOGNI AL BUIOQuando Hitch morto lo ricordo bene.E non avevo ancora letto questo libro.Il giorno che morto era un marted Marted 29 aprile 1980 Io vivevo a Palo Alto da qualche mese e stavo lavorando alla ristrutturazione di una casa attaccata dalle termiti Quello che dovevo fare ricordava molto quello che nella pubblicit della Plasmon faceva l uomo che scolpiva la scritta con un marte Loved this.I didn t know this book existed It s actually a transcript of a fifty hour interview done over several days which Truffaut conducted with Hitchcock The historical appeal alone was enough to make me WANT the thing, let alone read it Some critics of this book have indicated that Truffaut was too kind to Hitchcock, that he agreed too readily with his opinions, that he couched his questions gently, but what the heck I disagree Because they two often DO disagree on certain points Loved this.I didn t know this book existed It s actually a transcript of a fifty hour interview done over several days which Truffaut conducted with Hitchcock The historical appeal alone was

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