Nobody shaped Hollywood
genres to his subversive artistic vision as effectively as Alfred Hitchcock,
(1958) is Hitch at his best. James Stewart plays one of his darkest and most
tormented roles as a San Francisco detective racked by both guilt and the title
malady who compounds his troubles by falling in love with a dead woman - and
her double. Can't blame him, since both are played by Kim Novak. It screens three times this week at the Museum of Fine Arts,
465 Huntington Ave, Boston | Februrary 3-4 @ 4:45 pm; February 6 @ 1 pm | $10; $8 students, seniors |
617.369.3907 or mfa.org/programs/film.