United States | 1958 | Alfred Hitchcock
Hitchcock’s moody, haunting masterpiece was voted the greatest movie ever made in this year’s Sight & Sound magazine poll of over 800 international film experts. (It deposed Citizen Kane after a 50-year reign.) James Stewart plays a retired San Francisco police detective who develops a romantic obsession for a beautiful and mysterious married woman (Kim Novak) he has been hired to shadow. Music by Bernard Herrmann.
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