Vertigo 1958
Title: Vertigo
Release year: 1958
Country: United States

A former San Francisco police detective juggles wrestling with his personal demons and becoming obsessed with the hauntingly beautiful woman he has been hired to trail, who may be deeply disturbed.

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“Vertigo” is a 1958 psychological thriller film directed by Alfred Hitchcock and starring James Stewart and Kim Novak. The film follows a retired police detective who suffers from acrophobia (fear of heights) and is hired to investigate the strange behavior of a friend’s wife. As he becomes obsessed with the woman, the detective’s vertigo and his own past traumas lead him down a dangerous path.

“Vertigo” is often considered one of Hitchcock’s masterpieces and has been praised for its innovative cinematography, haunting score, and intricate plot. Despite receiving mixed reviews upon its initial release, the film has since gained a cult following and is now widely regarded as a classic of the thriller genre. In fact, the British Film Institute’s Sight & Sound poll of the greatest films of all time ranked “Vertigo” as the greatest film ever made, surpassing even “Citizen Kane.”

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Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Actor: Alfred Hitchcock,Art Howard,Barbara Bel Geddes,Bess Flowers,Boyd Cabeen,Bruno Della Santina,Buck Harrington,Catherine Howard,Danny Borzage,David Ahdar,Don Giovanni,Dori Simmons,Ed Stevlingson,Ellen Corby,Ezelle Poule,Forbes Murray,Fred Graham,Harry Denny,Henry Jones,Isabel Analla,Jack Ano,Jack Richardson,James Stewart,Jean Corbett,Jeffrey Sayre,Jimmie Horan,Joanne Genthon,Joe Garcio,John Benson,John Marlin,Julian Petruzzi,June Jocelyn,Kathy Reed,Kenneth Gibson,Kim Novak,Konstantin Shayne,Lee Patrick,Lyle Moraine,Margaret Bacon,Margaret Brayton,Miliza Milo,Molly Dodd,Nina Shipman,Paul Bryar,Perk Lazelle,Raoul Freeman,Raymond Bailey,Robert Haines,Roland Gotti,Roxann Delman,Sara Taft,Steve Conte,Tom Helmore,Victor Gotti,William Remick