The Wrong House: The Architecture of Alfred Hitchcock

Steven Jacobs

010, Rotterdam, 2007

29,50

out of print

Hitchcock’s films provide a substantial and intriguing collection of architectural aspects – from his claustrophobic, single set films, such as ‘Rope’ and ‘Rear Window’ and his use of famous monuments for climatic scenes – to the characteristic use of the house as a labyrinth and trap, and of architectural motifs such as stairs and windows to develop narrative structures and typical themes.

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ISBN: 9789064506376

344 pages, 580 illustrations in b/w, 16 × 24 cm, Paperback, English