Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo (1958) starts with a disembodied close-up of a woman’s face that moves up to her eye, while Bernard Herrmann’s score begins its moody and compulsive circular rising-and-falling motif – immediately haunting and troubled.
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Shock Treatment: Tadanobu Asano Comes to SF (and the Japan Film Festival) with ELECTRIC DRAGON 80000V
by David Robson
There was a time when Tadanobu Asano was known in the United States as “the Japanese Johnny Depp.” Continue reading