Hitchcock's FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT
12:30 5:00 7:30 9:50
Saturday, December 5
(1940) Windmills turning against the wind, an assassination by camera amid a sea of rain-splashed umbrellas, a plane crash at sea, as newspaperman Joel McCrea tangles with a spy ring in pre-war London, with the unlikeliest of traitors. Menzies’ “rather unpleasant association with Hitch” yielded “some pretty good results,” including the stunning windmill and “umbrellas” sequences. DCP. Approx. 120 min.
“A seminar on how to make a movie travel the lightest and fastest way.”
– Otis Ferguson