Alfred Hitchcock’s Britain: Rebecca

4/26/2018 | Seattle Art Museum

Film & Media Arts Downtown

In the 1930s before he came to America, young London-born Alfred Hitchcock was already a world-acknowledged master of cinema, a sublime orchestrator of images and emotions. Often with story contributions from his wife Alma Reville, he thrilled viewers with engrossing mystery, gripping suspense, intimate romance, psychological insight, witty British humor, and droll cameo appearances. Even after settling in America, he continued to portray his homeland with deep affection.

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