Movie Diary 3/28/2023

Marnie (Alfred Hitchcock, 1964). One of Hitchcock’s strangest (and most interesting) films, so impeccably and airlessly made it almost seems to play out in a collection of abstract spaces. It’s ready for discussion at this week’s Scarecrow Academy session on Saturday, 4/1, at 2 pm Pacific Time. This is part of the free online series “Women in Trouble: Great Melodrama in Film,” and you can register here.


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