Marnie (1964)

(87) Poorly received as it was in theaters, Marnie is as intimate and unsettling as any of Hitchcock’s work. Tippi Hedren turns in a wild, unique performance as the titular Marnie and Sean Connery is clearly thrilled to be showing his range extends beyond 007. To lift a line from the film, it was clearly an “exacting position” for him. As the last collaboration between Hitchcock and many of his finest collaborators, this film gives a clear glimpse at a finely tuned cinematic machine running at full speed.

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