Mesmerizing and enchanting. I was captivated by the Hitchcockian use of the same space. It prolongs a meditation on Vertigo. As that exercise, I enjoyed it. Ultimately, it is a...
Between 2 DeathsCross-dissolves become the stuff of séance in this uncanny contemplation of Alfred Hitchcock’s VERTIGO. Expertly matching the film's San Francisco locations and camera positions, Wago Kreider visits a second layer of absence upon Hitchcock’s already haunting masterpiece.Subscribe to to watch now
Between 2 Deaths wasn't bad. Spooky, kind of like the movie. There was a fear of death in Vertigo and questions about disappearance as the female lead, Kim Novak, disappears...
visually beautiful and haunting... not sure if it ads to Vertigo or not...
Wonderfully eerie, like seeing ghosts. Fascinating to compare what was there then to what is there now, as well. (The historian in me was fascinated.)
not that interesting. more trickery than really bringing anything out about the film.