Alfred Hitchcock: Three of his classic films are reestrenarán in Lima

August 29, 2013 – 01:24


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From July 18 to August 7 in Room UVK Art Larcomar.

On the occasion of the celebration of the first year of Larcomar UVK Art Room, from 18 July until 7 August, a series dedicated to renowned director Alfred Hitchcock (1899-1980).

In this way, will be projected on the big screen in Lima and digital sound format:

"The Birds" (from 18 July). Melanie meets Mitch Brenner who at a pet store. She is a young rich snob San Francisco and he is a lawyer who knows her life by the press. As he has been treated with indifference and she decides to go to his house to give him a parakeet to his sister. As it comes, the birds, crazy, start attacking savagely locals.

"Psycho" (since July 25). The film has become a classic of horror and suspense, partly thanks to the screenplay by Joseph Stefano. The film takes place mostly in a lonely roadside motel, which houses a secretary, Marion Crane (Janet Leigh), who has fled with money from his company. The motel is run by Norman Bates (Anthony Perkins).

"Vertigo" (from 1 August). A retired detective suffering from acrophobia or vertigo is hired by an old friend to discreetly watch his wife who claims to be possessed by a spirit. It is one of the best rated movies American film, nominated for two Oscars.

The ticket presale will begin on July 15 at the box office of UVK Multiplex Larcomar. As a gift will be delivered with a notebook ticket Hitchcock collection designed by Brothers Mortuary.


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