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Roman POLANSKI

Country : France, United kingdom

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VIAGGIO IN ITALIA

Roberto ROSSELLINI

Country : Italy, France

LE MASQUE DE CUIR
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THE RING

Directed by : Alfred HITCHCOCK

Year of production : 1927 Country : UNITED KINGDOM Length : 109 minutes

Synopsis

Hitchcock claimed that, after The Lodger, this is the next 'Hitchcock' picture. It's difficult to disagree. The story of an unsophisticated fairground boxer whose girlfriend falls for the charms of a professional Australian fighter is told with innumerable expressionist visual flourishes, probably attributable to the time Hitchcock had spent in Germany. The title itself is ambivalent, referring to the boxing ring, the wedding ring and the serpentine bracelet secretly given by the Australian champ. This is Hitchcock's one and only original screenplay but its neatness and economy reveal a director already confident in his control of the medium.

Credits

Alfred HITCHCOCK - Director

Alma REVILLE - Script / Dialogue

Eliot STANNARD - Script / Dialogue

John J COX - Cinematography

C Wilfred ARNOLD - Set decorator

Alfred HITCHCOCK - Script / Dialogue

Casting

Carl BRISSON - 'One Round' Jack Sander

Lillian HALL-DAVIS - La fille

Ian HUNTER - Bob Corby

Alfred HITCHCOCK

Contacts

Production

BRITISH INTERNATIONAL PICTURES -

Distribution

TAMASA DISTRIBUTION - T: +33 (0)1 43 59 01 01 - www.tamasa-international.com - c-ducinema@wanadoo.fr

International press

BFI - T: +44 (0)207 957 8919 - www.bfi.org.uk - JUDY WELLS - udy.wells@bfi.org.uk

International sales

TAMASA DISTRIBUTION - T: +33 (0)1 43 59 01 01 - www.tamasa-international.com - c-ducinema@wanadoo.fr

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THE RING

Hitchcock claimed that, after The Lodger, this is the next 'Hitchcock' picture. It's difficult to disagree. The story of an unsophisticated fairground...
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