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  1. Infofreak Infofreak says:

    Kindle Rebecca Epub È ç history books.co ç rebecca download, 1940 kindle, Rebecca MOBIHitchcock felt Rebecca his first Hollywood film was a compromise but as a viewer I just cant fault it Its a masterpiece in my opinion full of suspense mystery and brooding atmosphere Its also one of the most romantic movies Ive ever seen Ive watched it several times over the years and even now that I know all the plot twists and turns uite shocking on your first viewing it neve


  2. nycritic nycritic says:

    Kindle Rebecca Epub È ç history books.co ç rebecca download, 1940 kindle, Rebecca MOBIAlfred Hitchcock was and is still the undisputed Master of Suspense and there is a lot of that here in his foray into Gothic horror as the mystery surrounding the unseen yet omnipresent Rebecca will engage the viewer from its dreamy start to its bleak conclusion This is exactly what atmospheric is supposed to be about and in black and white it shines This


  3. sundae sundae says:

    Kindle Rebecca Epub È ç history books.co ç rebecca download, 1940 kindle, Rebecca MOBIThis is one of my favorite movies of all time Definitely my favorite classic There are some that come close such as Citizen Kane Spellbound and Psycho but none uite compare to this amazing movieThe first thing that you notice is the outstanding cinematography You have to remember that this movie was made in when they didnt have the technology we have now But that first shot of the water beating up against the rocks grabs you and for one split second you wonder if maybe this isnt part of the movie but rather something filmed just recently But then you see the familiar face of Laurence Olivier reminding you that this was made years ago a fact that forever amazes me The only oscar it won besides Best Picture was well deservedAnother thing that makes it such a wonderful film is the acting I have debated on whether Laurence Oliviers character the tortured Maxim de Winter is the pitiable character or if his second wife played by Joan Fontaine is really the one to feel sorry for Ev


  4. jaystein jaystein says:

    Kindle Rebecca Epub È ç history books.co ç rebecca download, 1940 kindle, Rebecca MOBII spent the majority of this film thinking about how lucky M Olivier really was To be able to wrap his arms around Joan Fontaine and kiss her Oh my Shes one of the most beautiful women Ive ever seen almost but not uite as beautiful as Veronica Lake Shes also absolutely perfect in the role of the second Mrs DeWinter taking a character that could have become a cloying bore in less capable hands and transforming her into


  5. dustypistol dustypistol says:

    Kindle Rebecca Epub È ç history books.co ç rebecca download, 1940 kindle, Rebecca MOBIIm not saying that this is one of my favorite Hitchcock films it isnt but it IS one of my favorite books Because of the production code being in full swing in several main plot points are either much too subtle or were left out of the film altogether and I want people who have seen Rebecca to understand some of the most important things in the story First of all why the heck was Mrs Danvers such a creep? Because she was in love with Rebecca who was using her like she used everyone else Daphne du Maurier the author was also a lesbian and this dynamic in her writing was intention


  6. Dtkoyzis Dtkoyzis says:

    Kindle Rebecca Epub È ç history books.co ç rebecca download, 1940 kindle, Rebecca MOBIRebecca was the first Hitchcock film I ever saw and I was mesmerized by it from the start convinced that I had to seeof the directors work It richly deserved the Oscar it received but its a real puzzle that the Academy saw fit to withhold a best director award for Hitch Would one possibly give an award to a work by Picasso and not to Picasso himself?Rebecca was the first of the directors American made films and it shows Its uite different from his earlier British made films such as Young and Innocent and


  7. AlsExGal AlsExGal says:

    Kindle Rebecca Epub È ç history books.co ç rebecca download, 1940 kindle, Rebecca MOBIThis was Alfred Hitchcocks first American made film uite frankly Im amazed at how well Hitchcock got what American audiences wanted in their suspense films hitting them out of the park from the moment he began working in the US Apart from being a tad bit long this is a well made film I love the inside of Mandalay and Sir Laurence Olivier played a wonderful mysterious and sullen Maximillian De Winter opposite his new wife a beautiful and naive young Joan Fontaine who is never even given a name here probably deliberately and in keeping with how mousy and second hand she feels about herself in relation to the first and late Mrs De Winter who is actually Rebecca from the titleOf course there is also George Sanders playing the type of character he is best known for sarcastic snobby self assured pompous witty and verbose He hits the nail on the head as Rebeccas cousin so he calls himself Of


  8. FiendishDramaturgy FiendishDramaturgy says:

    Kindle Rebecca Epub È ç history books.co ç rebecca download, 1940 kindle, Rebecca MOBIhis movie is a from the very beginning The casting is brilliant the story is hauntingly beautiful the performances are the best of what Hollywood once was and the sets are of uality design and architecture The direction is awesome but its Hitchcock and I expect nothing less from his productionsRebecca is a glamorous beautiful socialite who has won the hearts of all who knew her Well almost all But a year after her untimel


  9. Twillhead Twillhead says:

    Kindle Rebecca Epub È ç history books.co ç rebecca download, 1940 kindle, Rebecca MOBIIn a line up of great motion pictures Rebecca stands as one of the giants It is arguably Hitchcocks greatest film effort replete with jolting slap in the face plot twists and gothic sets Dark and moody the film boasts Sir Laurence Olivier and Joan Fontaine in slam dunk dead on performances George Sanders as the deliciously despicable Jack Favell and Judith Anderson nearly stealing the show as the eerie obsessed housekeeper Mrs Danvers A perfect


  10. tfrizzell tfrizzell says:

    Kindle Rebecca Epub È ç history books.co ç rebecca download, 1940 kindle, Rebecca MOBIThe only Alfred Hitchcock Oscar nominated for directing film to win the Best Picture Oscar Rebecca is one of those typical films from the amazing director that chills entertains and puts you on the edge of your seat each time you watch it Joan Fontaine Oscar nominated has just married the very wealthy Laurence Olivier also Oscar nominated but


  11. skoorbl skoorbl says:

    Kindle Rebecca Epub È ç history books.co ç rebecca download, 1940 kindle, Rebecca MOBIIt seems almost superfluous to add to the many laudatory comments this movie has received on this site but I feel a need to lay some tribute at the altar of this wonderful piece of classic cinemaIf you havent seen the movie there may be a couple of SPOILERS in this review but hopefully a


  12. dave fitz dave fitz says:

    Kindle Rebecca Epub È ç history books.co ç rebecca download, 1940 kindle, Rebecca MOBIIn his long career Alfred Hitchcock directed many great films Rebecca ranks as one of the greatest It was the only Hitchcock movie to win a Best Picture Oscar and it was his first Hollywood film after leaving England This was also the first film in which he adapted someone elses work the famous novel by de MaurierThis film features all the twists and strange characters you


  13. sol sol says:

    Kindle Rebecca Epub È ç history books.co ç rebecca download, 1940 kindle, Rebecca MOBIA stylishly directed and photographed film that examines a number of themes such a deception death and depression and explores well the emotions of its characters It is rare to find a film like this as it tackles vario


  14. Snow Leopard Snow Leopard says:

    Kindle Rebecca Epub È ç history books.co ç rebecca download, 1940 kindle, Rebecca MOBIThis fine classic combines a great director a great story and a great cast Any one of those would have made for a good movie but all three make it an excellent one Hitchcocks style and eye for detail combine very well with a story from a novel that is extremely good in its own right filled with psychological fear and settings that are interesting and suggestiveMost of the time the story itself moves fairly slowly allowing the focus to be on the characters but there are also a couple of very good plot twists which can be very surprising if youve not seen the movie or read the novel So if you happen not to know the story its a good idea to see the film before reading a lot of comments about it Laurence Olivier Joan Fontaine Judith Anderson and George Sanders are all perfectly cas


  15. ma cortes ma cortes says:

    Kindle Rebecca Epub È ç history books.co ç rebecca download, 1940 kindle, Rebecca MOBIThis is a Daphne Du Mauriers story from a best seller novel concerning a prominent widower Laurence Olivier called Maxim De Winter who finds a gorgeous and timid young girl Joan Fontaine who is serving to an old Mistress Florence Bates They are married and head to Manderleythe familiar mansion in the exterior actually is a scale model But Maxim is haunted by the ghost first wifean enigmatic Rebeccawho died in mysterious circumstances There works as a servant the creepy and obsessive housekeeperMrs Danvers Judith Andersona famous stage actress in her most important role and sh meets a cynic gentleman George SandersThis film has suspenseromanceunlimited tensionfull of lingering images and with the typical touches Hitchcock Besidesa literately and thoughtful dialog signed by Joan Harrison Hitchcocks usual screenwriter


  16. riverspipe riverspipe says:

    Kindle Rebecca Epub È ç history books.co ç rebecca download, 1940 kindle, Rebecca MOBIThere are two moments of cinematic greatness in this film The home movie scene and the scene involving Danvers manipulating Joan Fontaine after the costume ball But though these memorable instances attempt to cajole us into admiration during the viewing the overall product beckons us to reexamine our initial wooing There are a few other moments of atmospheric success and Fontaines initial arrival and exploration of Manderlay and its characters is interesting but otherwise the film is often mediocre and sometimes even poor Laurence Olivier is very stale and does not exude much of a presence nor a riveting sense of charm Fontaine is better but her character is completely over the top She seems well adjusted and interesting at first then does nothing but shake and stand with lost eyes for the rest of the film


  17. hitchcockthelegend hitchcockthelegend says:

    Kindle Rebecca Epub È ç history books.co ç rebecca download, 1940 kindle, Rebecca MOBIRebecca is directed by Alfred Hitchcock and adapted to screen play from the Daphne du Maurier novel of the same name It stars Laurence Olvier Joan Fontaine and Judith Anderson Cinematography is by George Barnes and music scored by Franz WaxmanAfter meeting and marrying Maxim de Winter Olivier the Second Mrs de Winter Fontaine finds life at his English estate Manderley far from comfortable because the servants and the house serve to remind her of the first Mrs de Winter whose death remains a source of mystery What did happen to the first lady of the house? Can this newly married couple survive the oppressive cloud that looms large over the mansion?A Gothic emotional near masterpiece Alfred Hitchcocks first American film may seem a bit too serviceable at times something he was als


  18. seymourblack seymourblack says:

    Kindle Rebecca Epub È ç history books.co ç rebecca download, 1940 kindle, Rebecca MOBIIn Rebecca a young womans experiences of romance fear and dark secrets correspond with her transition from innocence to maturity and prompt her saddened husband to reflect that its gone forever that funny young lost look I loved wont ever come back I killed that when I told you about Rebecca Its gone In a few hours youve grown so much older The despondency regret and sense of loss that are embodied in these words are incredibly profound and typify the general atmosphere of gloom and melancholy thats such a strong and important feature of this extraordinary filmDuring a short stay in M


  19. andyman andyman says:

    Kindle Rebecca Epub È ç history books.co ç rebecca download, 1940 kindle, Rebecca MOBISPOILERS ABOUND`Last night I dreamt I was at Manderly again As with Daphne DuMauriers novel so begins Alfred Hitchcocks classic film adaptation and the only one of his films to be awarded an Academy Award for Best Picture It should also be noted that the film also won an Oscar for Best Cinematography Black and White Hitchcock Fontaine Olivier and Anderson were also nominated in their respective categoriesRebecca was Alfred Hitchcocks first American movie and much has been written about the interference by David O Selznick with its production That is not the purpose of this review though Frankly I dont know all that much about what went on behind the scenes but I do know that the resulting film is a masterpieceRebecca can be divided into three parts Monte Carlo Manderly and the inuest after the discovery of Rebecca sunken boatAt Monte Carlo we are introduced to Joan Fontaines character a complete nonentity in fact we never learn her real name w


  20. fletch fletch says:

    Kindle Rebecca Epub È ç history books.co ç rebecca download, 1940 kindle, Rebecca MOBIRebecca is often mentioned as one of Hitchcocks finest works In my opinion its his most overappreciated film I just dont understand whats so good about this overdramatic fairly unhitchcockian yarn It goes on and on and on revealing the secrets of Manderley and then ends uickly almost furtively Maybe the maestro himself didnt like the film neither because his cameo is a really hard one to catch Still Rebecca is worth seeing at least for Judith Andersons amazing performanc


  21. johnnymonsarrat johnnymonsarrat says:

    Kindle Rebecca Epub È ç history books.co ç rebecca download, 1940 kindle, Rebecca MOBIIm forced to say I just didnt get or enjoy Rebecca at all Im sorryOur male hero alternates between making his love interest cry and


  22. claudiocarvalho claudiocarvalho says:

    Kindle Rebecca Epub È ç history books.co ç rebecca download, 1940 kindle, Rebecca MOBIIn Monte Carlo the shy and naive ladys companion Joan Fontaine of the snobbish Mrs Edythe Van Hopper Florence Bates meets the wealthy widower aristocrat M


  23. secondtake secondtake says:

    Kindle Rebecca Epub È ç history books.co ç rebecca download, 1940 kindle, Rebecca MOBIRebecca Ah to see another great movie from those few years when Hollywood peaked when that combination of art freshness and sheer collaborative talent combined over and over Im talking from Gone with the Wind to Casablanca to Throw in any number of truly staggering movies in the stretch Citizen Kane for starters and we have to almost expect Alfred Hitchcock to fit right in With Rebecca he does Its another perfect movieDaphne Du Mauriers book of the same title is a great read something short of a literary classic but something better than a mere best seller I read it recently and was completely transported into a land of subtle drama That sounds like an oxymoron but when you see this movie youll notice how people act with restraint


  24. burkhart burkhart says:

    Kindle Rebecca Epub È ç history books.co ç rebecca download, 1940 kindle, Rebecca MOBII still have no idea why people like this movie so much The acting is poor particularly that of Olivier He comes across as overacting terribly Miss Fontaine fares better She at least gives us a decent performance Anderson is completely not to be believed The music is so overdone it makes you wonder what they were thinking by putting it in there so much This movie is just waiting to be parodied as it has been And then theres the ending when this turns into a movie in search of an editor Every time you think it might be over it goes on for tenminutes Then is it over? No it just rambles on and on until you want to strangle whoever is playing that awful music It should be noted that this movie hasof Selznick in it than Hitchcock After making this film Hitch began to try and g


  25. l seidel l seidel says:

    Kindle Rebecca Epub È ç history books.co ç rebecca download, 1940 kindle, Rebecca MOBIRebecca is a beautifully made film that every time I watch it sticks with me for some time after Hitchcock masterfully uses the medium of film to mirror the story he is telling The way the images flow across the screen is haunting beautiful and adds so much to the emotional resonance of each moment I think what I love most abou


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