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Alex Silver 5 months ago
Starts off as a sweet love story, ends as thriller.
Danny B 12 months ago
The plot twists & characters tear your nerves.Belongs on a short list of perfect movies.
Aaron Jones 2 years ago
Love the production design and the performances; especially from Sanders and Anderson.
Tony Gandía over 3 years ago
Hitchcock delivers a haunting psychological thriller; Anderson is creepy as hell
Innes Maas over 4 years ago
"... Rebecca's won." Brilliant Hitchcock
Ryan Boucher 5 years ago
sexist and obnoxious.
Kate Du-Rose over 6 years ago
A great adaptation of the Daphne du Maurier novel
Robyn Hamilton over 6 years ago
Wonderful old-timey creepiness
Germán Sabina Serrat over 6 years ago
La menos hichtcock de hichtcock. Un cuento gótico con un personaje inolvidable.
Mark Cooper over 6 years ago
One of Hitchcock's top 3 films.
Jade Dewyn over 6 years ago
As good as the novel.
Lynn Hilditch 7 years ago
Superb Hitchcock thriller. Judith Anderson as Mrs Danvers is genuinely scary.
Dominic Dirupo over 7 years ago
Anxiety and tension throughout. Not a typical film
Camel's Bell 18 days ago
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Annalisa Schettino over 2 years ago
Rebecca is a 1940 psychological/dramatic noir thriller directed by Alfred Hitchcock as his first American project, and his first film produced under his contract with David O. Selznick. The film's screenplay was an adaptation by Joan Harrison and Robert E. Sherwood from Philip MacDonald and Michael Hogan's adaptation of Daphne du Maurier's 1938 novel of the same name, and was produced by Selznick. It stars Laurence Olivier as the aristocratic widower Maxim de Winter, Joan Fontaine as his second wife, and Judith Anderson as the housekeeper, Mrs. Danvers. The film is a gothic tale about the lingering memory of the title character, Maxim de Winter's dead first wife, which continues to haunt Maxim, his new bride, and Mrs. Danvers. The film won two Academy Awards, including Best Picture out of a total 11 nominations. Olivier, Fontaine and Anderson were all Oscar nominated for their respective roles. Since the introduction of awards for actors in supporting roles, this is the only film...
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