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Fresh from a trip to Mozart’s house in Vienna, I thought it would be interesting, once I returned to London, to revisit the acclaimed movie Amadeus, made in the 1980s. The story goes that when Milos Forman, the Czech-born direc...

 
 
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  “Some of our most exquisite murders have been domestic, performed with tenderness in simple, homey places like the kitchen table.” – Alfred Hitchcock   Several archetypal situations repeat themselves in...

 
 
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As restrictions on language, sexuality and violence loosened up, the 1970s became a decade of experimentation –  with sex and drugs, and with literature and film. It was a time of startling and confusing social upheaval a...

 
 
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Thrillers are defined by the moods they elicit – they aim to give viewers heightened feelings of suspense, excitement, anticipation or anxiety. These films pursue one goal – to keep the audience on the ‘edge o...

 
 
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Screwball Comedy invaded Hollywood in the nineteen thirties and reached its zenith in the forties. It was a mode that seemed to inspire the most creative, entertaining and exciting achievements from many of the greatest film ma...

 
 
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This reworking of a 23-year-old spy novel by the late Robert Ludlum became a huge success, and forced the tired Bond franchise to sit up, take notice and revamp its own style. At one time Ludlum was the world’s most successful ...