Monthly Archives: March 2014

The worst Hitchcock film? Perhaps.

Alfred Hitchcock’s Jamaica Inn was the last movie he made in Britain, before he left England for Hollywood. I won’t review it, just give you some impressions and suggest you watch it some time, especially if you like Hitchcock’s later … Continue reading

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Barbarella, Jungian style

This afternoon I watched Barbarella, the 1968 Italio-Franco sci-fi standard starring Jane Fonda.  This time I decided to view it through a Jungian lens (I just read The Red Book), watching the sets and props most keenly. The movie is … Continue reading

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