Hitchcock's Conscious Use of Freud's Unconscious


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Constantine Sandis
University of Hertfordshire
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This paper argues that Hitchcock's so-called 'Freudian' films (esp. Spellbound, Psycho, and Marnie) pay tribute to the cultural magnetism of Freud's ideas whist being critical of the tehories themselves.
Keywords Alfred Hitchcock  Sigmund Freud  Reasons for Action  Unconscious  Wittgenstein on Freud
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