One of the most subversive films Alfred Hitchcock ever made, Shadow of a Doubt is a disquieting little masterpiece released in the very midst of the Second World War. It’s telling of Hitchcock’s view of America, that at this very point in history he produced a film like this. It portrays a typical American small town - polished on the surface, seemingly full of innocent, kindhearted people, one of those ideal communities where everybody knows each other’s names. But underneath this sugarcoated surface a psychopathic serial killer walks the streets, inhabits their dinner parties and sleeps in their rooms. To make things worse, a teenage niece of the killer becomes suspicious of her uncle’s activities, but keeps her findings, as brutally dark as they are, to herself in order to save her family from destruction.

Contact

Western Plains Cultural Centre
Phone
02 6801 4444
Email
contact@westernplainsculturalcentre.org

Details

Date
01-Sep-2018
Time
Start Time
4pm
Finish Time
Cost
Tickets: $10 | Members $8

Address

Venue
Western Plains Cultural Centre
Location
76 Wingewarra Street, Dubbo

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