Hitchcock's Psycho - Q & A

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What is the significance of the fly? 1. Robin Wood is essentially saying throughout his article that although Hitchcock may have treated this film as a "fun picture", he really did?as with every other film he makes?ensure that its art and humor and poetry and drama remain intact and shining bright along the film's length...
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The setup, the paranoid-Marion scene, the Bates motel and the brutal out-of-nowhere murder (and the shift of perspective that occurs after the slaying), the slow movement of authorities and friends closing in on Norman, and the surprise ending; they all lend to the overall superb feeling of the movie: one of generalized horror, yes, but also of morbid humor that pervades the story...
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