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William Rothman on THE LODGER
The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog • 32m
In this interview, film scholar William Rothman examines the themes and visual motifs that are evident in THE LODGER and would come to define director Alfred Hitchcock’s style. It was recorded in 2017.
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The Bunting House
In this video essay, created in 2017, art historian Steven Jacobs explores the roles that architecture, space, and setting play in THE LODGER.
Neil Brand on THE LODGER
In this 2017 interview, composer Neil Brand discusses the process of creating a new score for THE LODGER.
Alfred Hitchcock and François Truffau...
In these audio excerpts from a 1962 interview, director Alfred Hitchcock reflects on THE LODGER and British cinema in general with filmmaker François Truffaut. Helen G. Scott is the translator.