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Matteo Satta over 1 year ago
The Key to Reserva is a 2007 short film/long forum advertisement for Freixenet Cava champagne starring, written and directed by Martin Scorsese. The film begins with framing device, wherein Scorsese, playing himself, describing how he discovered three and a half pages of an unproduced Hitchcock film, "The Key to Reserva". As part of this film preservation work he plans to film the script as Hitchcock would have filmed it. The film, which contains no dialogue, shows Roger Thornberry (Simon Baker) arriving at a box seat during an orchestra performance. He sees a key hidden with the boxes light bulb and goes to retrieve it. He is noticed by one of the performers, Leonard, who signals to his accomplice Louis Bernard, who is holding Roger's wife Grace hostage in the audience. Leonard then goes to stop Roger. The two fight and Leonard falls from the box seat, presumably to his death. Roger uses the key to open a locked case which contains a bottle of Freixnet with top secret files hidden...
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