3 things about Alfred Hitchcock’s SABOTAGE

Sabotage [1936]

1. Forget about a bomb, the kid is walking the streets of London with a nitrate print!
2. Low shot: she slowly walks out the of the room and sits down on a chair in the hallway, her legs drawn up tightly.
3. “But she said it before. Or was it after? I can’t remember.”

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