Scholarly but conversational examination of the films of Alfred Hitchcock, Orson Welles and Jean Renoir, written by Irving Singer, a professor of philosophy and analysing topics such as their presentation of reality, interest in themes such as the mythical past and their use of symbols and devices to engage emotionally with film audiences.

Item number 78662
Category Book
Type Criticism/History
Language English
Country of origin USA
Related people Irving Singer (Author)
Alfred Hitchcock (Subject)
Orson Welles (Subject)
Jean Renoir (Subject)

Part of the Bill Douglas and Peter Jewell Collection