Film Analysis Of The Movie North By Northwest

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Madison Avenue advertising executive Roger Thornhill’s (Cary Grant) life changes drastically after he is kidnapped and mistaken for a spy named George Kaplan. After a successful escape from attempted murder by Phillip Vandamm (James Mason), Roger Thornhill begins a journey to search for George Kaplan. On his itinerary, he meets the beautiful Eve Kendall (Eva Marie Saint). A romantic relationship is started between the two, leaving Thornhill to believe that Even Kendall would cooperate and help him to meet Kaplan. What he does not know is that she actually works for Vandamm. More action-packed events, involving the two characters, occur, all leading to a dramatic ending sequence of events.
Alfred Hitchcock has created a masterpiece for the cinematic sphere of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer productions. On Sept. 17, the thriller North by Northwest made its debut in the country of origin, the United States. It stars Cary Grant and Eva Marie Saint. The running time of the motion picture is 136 minutes. It is a concoction of drama, mystery, and comedy. Ernest Lehman’s screenplay comes to life through a sequence filled with intense action, romance, and suspense. The spy movie follows a compelling thread of events shot at various real locations such as the Plaza in New York, Grand Central Station, and Mount Rushmore National Monument.
North by Northwest is a never-ending source of great cinematography and mise-en-scene sequences such as the opening credits of the movie. The shots of hurrying

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