14. Genre and the Thriller: Vertigo

ALFRED HITHCOCK AND FILM HISTORY - VERTIGO AND PLOT STRUCTURE - THE ESSENCE OF VERTIGO - THE ART OF FILMMAKING - VOYEURISM - SCRIPTWRITING IN FILM

Thrillers are a genre marked by murder, conspiracies, violence, and intrigue — the conventions of which master director Alfred Hitchcock helped to define. This guide explores the genre by looking at what is arguably his greatest work: Vertigo. The key movements of the plot structure are discussed, as well as the concept of voyeurism as it pertains to Vertigo, gender, and the art of film itself. Influenced by Vertigo's
brilliant script, the guide also looks at the art and techniques of scriptwriting in film.

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