3 things about Alfred Hitchcock`s SHADOW OF A DOUBT

Shadow of a Doubt (1943)

1. “If you read as much as you’re supposed to, you’d know that the library closes at 9.”
2. Profile. Monologue. He turns his head to the camera and asks a question–to Charlie, to us.
3. He snaps off the stem of the flower, puts the flower in his buttonhole.

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