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Collider | 'Hitchcock/Truffaut' Review

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Alfred Hitchcock is arguably the greatest and most influential director who ever lived, and director François Truffaut made that argument about as convincingly as possible in his seminal 1966 book Hitchcock/Truffaut, which collected a week of interviews between the two men in 1962. Director Kent Jones’ documentary of the same name provides an excellent adaptation and adds to the conversation by incorporating today’s master filmmakers and providing a top-notch breakdown of Hitchcock’s work to clearly explain why the “Master of Suspense” was not only a true master, but a unique presence in cinema history.

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