• TheSeaDevil

    What a brilliant retrospective, Adam :-D You never fail to impress me, you know

    I haven’t seen much of Hitchcock’s work, but this Hitchcock Perspective has swayed me that little bit more to watching more of them. I’ll have to watch Rear Window first, because I promised Patrick that I’d watch that, but haven’t O.o But then, I’ll watch this one. You describe it so well, with some brilliant character and plot analysis’

    If you hold it as one of his finest work, then I can already tell I’ll enjoy it :-D

  • Adam. Wow.

    What an absolutely stunning article! You never fail to impress me with your work. You write with such ease and sophistication – you awe me. I look up to you Adam, I’m not ashamed to admit that. I hope to one day write as well as you.

    I can tell from your retrospective you adore Hitchcock and his films; especially this one. I have to say I have never seen this film. But the way you have describes it is just so wonderful! I may watch it some time soon.

    I have to say though, my favourite all time film of his is Vertigo, a suspenseful film filled with mystery and intrigue, with a ending to die for (no pun intended).

    Seriously Adam, this was a first rate article. I look forward to seeing what you come up with next.

    Also you’ve been a bit quiet on DWTV lately. Please pop by for a chat sometime! We all miss your comments dearly! :D

    • Thank you very much, Sam. That means a lot. I’d like to think I could be as imaginative as you are, considering the fan fiction ideas you’ve shared in the past.

      I’d definitely recommend you watch Shadow of a Doubt at some point: it’s my favourite Hitchcock film by far.

      As for DWTV, I’ve been taking a break. I’ve got real-life to sort out. Don’t worry: I’ll come back eventually.

      • Pdurston

        You’re an inspiration to all of us, Adam. A teacher who’s always there to help. DWTV wouldn’t be the same without you. I look forward to the day you come back.

      • I’m imaginative? Wow, thank you for that. I always thought my ideas were quite rubbish tbh. It’s lovely for you to say that Adam.

        And I will definitely watch it sometime soon. Hitchcock, IMO, is a true mastermind at film making. I adore his work.

        And that’s good to hear. I hope the break is doing some good for you. We all need a breather once a while. I hope you come back to DWTV nice and refreshed! A DWTV without you really wouldn’t bear thinking about. Amongst John, Pdurston and GoodYear92 you are the commenter’s I respect the most; and I hope you all stick around for a while yet! :)