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CINE 325 : Focus on Hitchcock

Prerequisites: Upper division standing or consent of instructor.
Description: An examination of the stylistic and thematic elements present in Alfred Hitchcock's major suspense films with particular emphasis on the themes of appearance versus reality, the notions of the voyeur and "putting the audience through it," and the place of the wrong man accused of a crime. CR/NC grading only. [GE]
Units: 1
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