Movie Diary 7/28/2019

Suspicion (Alfred Hitchcock, 1941). Almost like a chamber piece for Hitch, a movie about little spaces and big rooms, quite unsettling even through the final moments. Joan Fontaine and Cary Grant are aces. Almost every scene makes you feel like you walked in on a couple and came away thinking, ooh, this marriage is not going to last.

Luz (Tilman Singer, 2018). Probably for horror cultists only, but this German film works its demon-transference ideas in a thought-out way. The soundtrack is especially nerve-pricking. (full review 8/1)

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