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BFI's Head Curator shares experiences of restoration work at opening ceremony of HKFA's "Restored Treasures: Captivating Hitchcock Silents"

  13.08.05 12:50pm

Hong Kong (HKSAR) - Dubbed the "Master of Suspense", Alfred Hitchcock applied his Midas touch to turn crime into a form of entertainment. Until recently, film researchers looked back only as far as his 1930s talkies to probe his psychological acuity, but in fact the biggest clues to Hitchcock's success lie in his silent movies from the 1920s.

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