If there's one thing that is common to every human being, it's his love for Alfred
Hitchcock. He's unmistakably, the god of suspense. Any of his movies is a better
bet than most of the stinkeroos on offer at hand. So drop in when, as a part of
the foreign film festival at Sarathi studios, the movie Stage Fright will be aired.
Stage Fright is a murder mystery based on the Selwyn Jepson novel, and I would do the new viewer the greatest injustice by betraying even a little of the plot. Outside of the particulars of the homicide in question, this is a movie about deception and betrayal within the context of the theatre and its tradition; of theatrical people and their lives, which, to an outsider, seem to be little more than imposture and artifice. The film then, is an elaborate structure of mirrors, smoke and lies. The typical Hitchcock style.
There's no arguing that his movies were one of cinema's best moments. It wouldn't
be wise miss them now, would it?
Please contact Prakash Reddy at 2373-0265 for further details.