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Hitchcock on Catholic Guilt: “I Confess” (1953) starring …
· Hitchcock on Catholic Guilt: “I Confess” (1953) starring Montgomery Clift, Anne Baxter, & Karl Malden June 17, 2020 June 17, 2020 Emma 2 Comments German refugees, Otto Keller (O.E. Hasse) and his wife Alma (Dolly Haas), work as caretaker …
The Movie “I Confess” Shows A Liturgical Sensibility
· CAN HARDLY BELIEVE it has been twenty years since I sat in a rectory—along with several FSSP clerics—enjoying Alfred Hitchcock’s I Confess.The other day, when I posted the V ENI C REATOR S PIRITUS, it brought to mind Fr. …
I Confess – David Vining, Author
· #38 in my Ranking of Alfred Hitchcock’s films. Hitchcock was the wrong director for this material. The movie’s at war with itself. The story is that of a character drama, but Hitchcock films it like a thriller. The material doesn’t really fit the style. And, on top of that, the
The Making of Hitchcock’s ‘I Confess’
I Confess (1953) is film by Alfred Hitchcock starring Montgomery Clift and Anne Baxter.
Hitchcock’s ‘I Confess’ as Catholic Noir // The Observer
While many are familiar with the work of director Alfred Hitchcock, not many know that Hitchcock often integrated Catholic themes into his films. Thomas Hibbs, dean of the honors college and professor of philosophy at Baylor University, highlighted Catholic and noir themes in the 1953 film “I Confess” on Tuesday night in a lecture in the Center for Ethics and Culture’s Catholic Culture
I Confess (1953) directed by Alfred Hitchcock • Reviews, …
I Confess 1953 Directed by Alfred Hitchcock Synopsis If you knew what he knew what would you do? Unable, due to the seal of the confessional, to be forthcoming with information that would serve to clear himself during a murder investigation, a priest becomes
I Confess (1953)
I Confess (1953) Trivia (43) Add new In his interview with François Truffaut, Sir Alfred Hitchcock said he was so impressed with the performance of Anita Björk in Miss Julie (1951) that he hired her for this movie. However, when she arrived in Hollywood, Björk
I Confess is een Amerikaanse thriller uit 1953 van regisseur Alfred Hitchcock. De hoofdrollen werden gespeeld door Montgomery Clift , Karl Malden en Anne Baxter . Het was de enige film die Hitchcock maakte met deze drie acteurs, omdat hij volgens zijn …
I Confess (1953)
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I Confess kino-poster Režija Alfred Hitchcock Producent Alfred Hitchcock Scenario George Tabori William Archibald Predložak Nos deux consciences; autor: Paul Anthelme Uloge Montgomery Clift Anne Baxter Karl Malden Brian Aherne O. E. Hasse Muzika Dimitri
Hitchcock at Warner Bros: I Confess
I Confess (1953) is perhaps the most underrated of the five films director Alfred Hitchcock made for Warner Bros. in the early 1950s. This thriller about a priest (Montgomery Clift) who is forced to keep a horrifying secret is suffused with Hitchcock’s deep Catholic faith and his pure cinema style, but it is almost never spoken about as one of his greatest films.
I Confess (1953): Hitchcock’s Morality Tale Starring …
“I Confess,” made by Hitchcock in 1953, right after the superb thriller, “Strangers on a Train,” is a second-tier work by the maestro director. But a second-tier Hitchcock is still worth seeing–and better than what most directors make at the peak of their careers.
I Confess – Historical Note – Senses of Cinema
The release of I Confess in 1953 must have seemed to the Cahiers du cinéma critics who had championed Hitchcock to be a confirmation of all their theories, because it is THE textbook example of the famous “transference of guilt” motif, enacted within the archetypal context of the Roman Catholic confess…
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· I Confess also suffers from a certain awkwardness in its rather improbable script. This, however, did not detract from the excellent performances turned in by Clift and Anne Baxter. Although he received an Oscar nomination for his next film, Fred Zinnemann’s From Here to Eternity, Hitchcock’s tortured priest seems much more in keeping with Clift’s strengths as an actor.