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Unformatted text preview: believe this narrative is commonly used is because it’s so enticing. Not always the exact same but, every time it keeps the audience attracted to the screen. Another good aspect to this narrative is that is not that complicated to follow. Compared to some of today’s narratives the movie is fairly easy to comprehend but for back in that time period the movie became a flop because there were super complex theme and it required lots of thinking. The film may have been to complex for its time, but I also believe that taking a new direction is always the way to innovation and Hitchcock did just that with North by Northwest. The movie was very typical and original at the same time to Hitchcocks style, so all in all it came together to create a capturing film. It was a little long and the plot seemed to drag at points but was certainly necessary for the innovation Hitchcock was trying to reach....
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- Spring '08
- Alfred Hitchcock, director Alfred Hitchcock, Eubanks Professor Kendrick, undercover CIA agent