Sir Alfred Hitchcock’s life
Sir Alfred Hitchcock born on 13th August 1899- 29th April 1980,
he was a English film director and producer. He was one of the
first to apply many techniques in the suspense and psychological
thriller genres. Sir Alfred Hitchcock had a very successful career
in the British cinema in both the silent films and ones with
Hitchcock had many great films out at the time and are
also said to be great even now when looking back.
Some of these films where:
North by north west
These were just some of the great films that he had
produced and on top of these there were many more.
Hitchcock used many different methods in his films, many of his
films had twisted endings, thrilling plots which included
violence, murder and crime.
His films included MacGuffin, Red herrings, Cliff hangers and
enigmas. He used these to grab the attention of audience and
make them more interested in what is going to happen next or
throughout the rest of the film.
Hitchcock's most known MacGuffin was in North by north
west where the baddies in the film where interested in
the microfilm which the viewers did not know about
until the end, it did not have and affect towards the
audience as to why the baddies wanted the microfilm,
the audience where more focused on the mistaken
identity of Roger who is confused to the baddies as
another man called Kaplan.