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Rétrospective Alfred Hitchcock

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Time Out says

If the new biopic of Hitch leaves you cold head instead to the Desperado, which is showing a different Hitchcock film every day until April 9. There’ll be the great classics from the 1950s, of course: from ‘Strangers on a Train’ (1951) to the unmissable ‘Psycho’ (1960) via ‘Rear Window’ (1954’) ‘Vertigo’ (1958) and ‘North by Northwest’ (1959) – an incredible amount of quality films produced in just one decade. As well as these, expect some of the less well-known earlier films of this master of suspense, like ‘The Skin Game’ (1931) or ‘Number 17’ (1932). This classic selection will be screened in English with French subtitles, an excellent way to wait out the long final weeks until spring.

The programme:

- Sat 23 March: 'The Wrong Man' (H2)
- Sun 24: 'Psycho' (H2)
- Mon 25: 'The 39 Steps' (H1)
- Tue 26: 'Young and Innocent' (H1)
- Wed 27: 'Mr and Mrs Smith' (H1)
- Thu 28: 'The 39 Steps' (H1)
- Fri 29: ‘Dial M for Murder’ (H1)
- Sat 30: ‘Shadow of a Doubt’ (H1)
- Sun 31: 'Suspicion' (H1)
- Mon 1 April: 'North by Northwest' (H2)
- Tue 2: ‘Rear Window’ (H2)
- Wed 3: ‘The Man Who Knew Too Much’ (H1)
- Thu 4: ‘Number Seventeen’ (H2)
- Fri 5: 'Rebecca' (H2)
- Sat 6: ‘Strangers on a train’ (H1)
- Sun 7: 'Notorious’ (H2)
- Mon 8: ‘The Lady Vanishes’ (H1)
- Sun 9: ‘Spellbound’ (H1)

Schedules: S1 = 2pm, 4pm, 6pm, 8pm, 10pm // S2 = 2pm, 4.30pm, 7pm, 9.30pm

Written by AP/EH
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