Analysis Of Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho

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The movie of “Psycho” is a horror film directed by Alfred Hitchcock. This movie released on 8 September 1960 in USA. Director Alfred Hitchcock, which is "The Master of Suspense", he pioneered many techniques in the suspense and psychological thriller genres and he has produce 59 movies in his life, more than 300 series drama. In his films, he likes to focus in stress, anxiety, voyeurism, fear of the dark side of human nature, with elaborate plot and excellent actors acting occupy psychology of audience. His film is different from the modern horror films, now a day horror film will directly show the bleeding scene, but Hitchcock horror films are using exist between human. Although his film not all are horror movie, his movie will still let human think and imagine deeply. Now a day, people are still hold a positive attitude towards and respect him. Hitchcock film was to show the audience the deepest horrors of humanity and the most abnormal ideas (Annon, 2012). Hitchcock used only $800,000 to make this film, which is a very low budget in 1960’s. He shot this film in black and white because he felt the audience could not stand so much cruel and bloody scene (Roger, 1998). The main actor of this movie is Norman Bates act by Anthony Perkins. Norman is a person who has mental problem and he is dominated by his mother. Anthony Perkins play the role of characteristic in an innocent, friendly, honestly man; he has a young man 's likability, jamming his hands into his jeans pockets,

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