Unformatted text preview: with the actor during each scene. (Boggs, 2008) You could feel the suspense at the same time the actor does. Though he was controlling, it was in the best interest of the movie. He knew precisely what he wanted his actors to do and exactly what they were to wear. As Eva Marie Saint stated “he had confidence in his casting”, and “When you walked on that set, you knew you were the only one to play that role…” (Miller, 2000) Kimberly Morano Boggs, J.M. & Petrie, D.W. (2008). The Art of Watching Films, Seventh Edition. McGraw-Hill. Miller, Ron. (2000). Hitchcock: Did he really treat actors like cattle? Retrieved from http://www.thecolumnists.com/miller/miller18update.html...
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