THE PARADINE CASE ( 1947 )

Hitchcock introduces us to Mrs. Paradine.

PARADINE ( I )

His camera slowly revolves around her. He gives her a breathtaking close-up which brings us closer to her than personal decorum or propriety would allow. Alida Valli plays Mrs. Paradine, this cool, beautifully austere, unapproachable looking woman. And she is being charged with murder. 

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. . . LOVES ME NOT.

Anthropologist Helen Fisher says: “People live for love. They kill for love, they die for love. They have songs, poems, novels, sculptors, paintings, myths and legends.”

IF YOU WANT A THING YOU CAN’T HAVE…DO YOU  REALLY  WANT IT?

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