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"Vertigo" directed by Alfred Hitchcock

“Vertigo, known in Spanish as Vertigo in Latin America, and as Vertigo (from the dead) or From the dead in Spain, is an American film directed by Alfred Hitchcock and released in 1958. It tells the story of John “Scottie” Ferguson, a retired detective afflicted with acrophobia, is required by Gavin Elster, a former college roommate and millionaire, to discreetly keep an eye on his wife Madeleine, who he believes has been possessed by the spirit of a dead woman, Carlotta. Valdes. The film combines suspense and catastrophic science fiction with themes related to romance, mystery, death, deception and reality alteration.

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Vertigo. [DVD] / Alfred Hitchcock. — 1 DVD (124 min.) : son., col. —(The Hitchcock collection).

Based on the novel by Pierre Boileau and Thomas Narcejac

James Stewart, Kim Novak, Barbara Bel Geddes

Authorized for all audiences

ZW .H58 V4718 1958

R. 85452