HITCHCOCK’S WOMEN: Constructing and Resurrecting the Ideal Woman – A Portrait of Judy Barton in VERTIGO (1958) – PART I

In the first of a new regular series Rebecca McCallum investigates gender in the films of Alfred Hitchcock, beginning with a two-part analysis of the incomparable Vertigo. A psychological vortex with no resolution, Vertigo is an intoxicating exploration of love, obsession and the unobtainable. Set amongst the cultural landmarks of San Francisco, retired detective ScottieContinue reading “HITCHCOCK’S WOMEN: Constructing and Resurrecting the Ideal Woman – A Portrait of Judy Barton in VERTIGO (1958) – PART I”