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78/52 is a movie starring Marli Renfro, Alfred Hitchcock, and Tere Carrubba. An unprecedented look at the iconic shower scene in Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho (1960), the "man behind the curtain", and the screen murder that profoundly...

Alexandre O. Philippe
Alan Barnette, Marli Renfro, Tere Carrubba, Alfred Hitchcock

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Genres Documentary
Director Alexandre O. Philippe
Writer Alexandre O. Philippe
Stars Alan Barnette, Marli Renfro, Tere Carrubba, Alfred Hitchcock
Country USA
Also Known As 78/52: La escena que cambió el cine, 78/52: Hitchcock'un Düş Perdesi, Hitchcock och Psycho - 78/52, 78/52 - Les derniers secrets de 'Psychose', 78/52 - Psykon salaisuudet, 78/52: Hitchcock's Shower Scene, 78/52 - Psychos hemligheter, 78/52 - Die letzten Geheimnisse von Psycho, 78/52: Los últimos secretos de Psicosis
Runtime 1 h 31 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description An unprecedented look at the iconic shower scene in Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho (1960), the "man behind the curtain", and the screen murder that profoundly changed the course of world cinema.

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Sunday, 05 Apr 2020 11:10

I recently saw the film for the first time, and I was thoroughly impressed. The film itself was not intended to be a docudrama, but instead a simple and effective statement of an actual event, and a number of the interviewees were interesting, if not somewhat aloof. The film itself was very much a product of its time, and so are some of the subjects, but there are still some interesting and pertinent ideas in it. For example, the case of former SS officer Wilhelm Keitel, who, after his capture, was tortured to death by the Gestapo, and then refused to admit that he was guilty. There are some interesting arguments in the film about the experience of being a prisoner, and the effects that it had on the person. The same can be said of the current situation in Guantanamo Bay. The issue of whether a prisoner should be forced to confess is an important one, and the film is enlightening in its discussions. The film is also very realistic, and does not preach to its audience. The interviews with the various interviewees, such as the one with Paul Nagel, are also interesting, and are both informative and entertaining. The film is also somewhat unique in its approach. The subjects, and their stories, are largely based on rumors, hearsay, and rumors of other interviewees, but the film gives them their due. The film is also very well filmed. I was a little confused by the final interview with Mr. Keitel, who was in fact interviewed by the Führer himself, in a way that is almost poetic in its sincerity. The final interview is the best part of the film, and the film does a good job of conveying the mood of the time in which the film was made. There are many memorable scenes in the film, and many of the interviews are very well done. The most well-known, and most interesting, is probably the one with the Duke, where he opens up about his experiences, his family, and his life. There are also some very moving and intimate conversations between the subjects. One of the most moving scenes is the one between Mr. Keitel and an elderly woman. One of the most touching scenes is also the one with Mr. Keitel and the Duke, where they talk about their love for their children. The film is not perfect, but is very much worth seeing. I found it to be a more interesting film than the usual documentary, and an excellent example of its kind.
Thursday, 02 Apr 2020 21:27

A good documentary, shows how this country, and its people, have been being forced to "fight" and die for an ideology of what is wrong with the United States and its "weaker" allies. Although this documentary is not overtly political, and it is not trying to push a political agenda, the message is clear and strong. I would recommend this film to anyone interested in the issues involved in the war in Iraq. Although I have only recently learned of the events surrounding the events in Iraq, and my first experience of the news was through a CNN broadcast, I can see why some viewers may be more familiar with the news media's portrayal of these events. However, I feel that this documentary is just as important as any other film. I believe that this film has the ability to move people in ways that other documentaries just can not. In fact, I would go as far to say that this film has a way of moving people so much that the event it is showing does not really exist at all, and is just another of many small incidents of the United States being "forced" to fight in a foreign country. I am not saying that the events in Iraq were completely the fault of the United States, but I believe that the film does an excellent job of showing just how much the United States has been "forced" to fight in Iraq, and the horrendous sacrifices it has had to make. One could say that this documentary is anti-American propaganda, but this is not true. I believe that if a documentary is anti-American, it is anti-American propaganda. I am very thankful that I had the opportunity to view this film, and am glad that I was able to find this film online, since it is definitely not available in the theaters. This film is definitely one that should be viewed by everyone, and hopefully it will start a new trend of documentary films that focus on the problems facing the United States and other nations. One of the most important things that the film does is show the viewer the suffering that this country has had to go through, and that it is now forced to go through in order to help a foreign country. I am proud to have had the opportunity to view this film, and am glad that I was able to see it at all.
Monday, 23 Mar 2020 23:33

When I first heard about this documentary I was skeptical. I felt it would just be a boring documentary about some of the so-called terrorists and extremists. The idea behind the film is to show the true face of terrorism, and its effects on the people of the country. Unfortunately, that's exactly what it does. There is not one single good thing to say about this documentary. The characters are over-dramatic, the explanations are weak and they give little away about the plot. What you are left with is an almost "recycled" documentary that gives a very strong message about terrorism, but does nothing to counter the terrorists. The most amazing part of the documentary is that it does not portray the terrorists as intelligent or highly intelligent. It portrays them as brainwashed killers that are killed for their job. In addition, the filmmakers fail to show the people's suffering and the civilian casualties that result from their actions. It is simply portrayed as an act of terrorism, and that is enough to make the viewer hate the terrorists. It is not the terrorists that are evil, it is the people who are killed in the process of their evil. There is also a lack of evidence that shows the terrorist acts as an act of terror. The film also presents a lot of images and photos, but doesn't show the perpetrators. It's a shame that a documentary on a topic as important as terrorism is so poorly produced. The filmmakers tried to show the terrorists as evil, but didn't do a good job. They also failed to present the people who are affected by the terrorists. The terrorists are shown as being extremely evil people, but there is nothing in the documentary that shows them as being real evil people. This documentary should have been a great documentary, but it is not. It is simply a well-produced documentary about terrorism. I'm not saying that you should not see it. It is a good documentary. It is not one of those documentaries that people need to watch. But you can easily do that yourself by downloading the documentary on your own. I don't know how many times I have watched it, but I've seen it at least 20 times, and I have to keep reminding myself that it is a documentary.
Monday, 23 Mar 2020 17:26

This film was a pleasant surprise. I'm not a huge fan of the music in films, so I didn't have much expectation when I watched this film. The story of my father is about a family that is falling apart. The father, played by Will Patton, is a radio personality who is struggling with depression and alcoholism. He has a niece and nephew, who he has been caring for since they were young. His nephew, played by Nathan Lane, has no interest in his father, and he is obsessed with his older sister, played by Dina Mayer. They have a daughter who is 9 years old, who is completely different from her siblings, and who has severe autism. The daughter is perfectly healthy, but her behavior is a problem for the father. It is not the father who is a child abuser, but the mother. The father is in a relationship with another woman, and he spends a lot of time with the daughter. The father is abusive to his nephew and the daughter. There is a scene where the father is drunk, and is beating his niece and her sister, and when the father is on the phone with his daughter, the father makes a comment about the young niece, and the father grabs the phone and calls the young niece. The father is abusive to the niece, and then again, he takes the phone and calls the young niece. The father was doing all these things to his niece, and she is not the reason for all the problems in the family. The mother is responsible for her daughter's problems, but she is not the reason. This is a family movie, and I have not seen a better one. It was a surprise that I liked this film so much. I did not know that there was a very good story behind it, and that the father was a radio personality who was struggling with depression and alcoholism. The story was also not a typical movie story. It was a happy family story, with a very good message, and a good ending. I give this film an 8 out of 10. It is a good film for people who like family movies, or people who like a good film.

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