Analysis Of The Final Scenes Of Alfred Hitchcock's Notorious

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Music and Movies

 

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August 25, 2015

 

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Sebastian, and an overall theme of being trapped. An analysis of the film from the first poisoning scene to the final scene in the film shows how the above tools lead to a better understanding of the character's motivations. The most obvious recurring object in the final scenes is the poisoned coffee cup...
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An analysis of the film from the first poisoning scene to the final scene in the film shows how the above tools lead to a better understanding of the character's motivations. The most obvious recurring object in the final scenes is the poisoned coffee cup. In the first scene of the portion being analyzed, Sebastian suggests to Alicia that she drink her coffee, and Hitchcock zooms onto the object as she slowly takes a sip...
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