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3 things about Roberto Rossellini’s JOURNEY TO ITALY

Journey to Italy [1954] 1. She seems to notice expectant mothers everywhere. 2. The look on his face when he hears that the girl’s husband is returning home. 3. “You’ve never tried to understand me.” 3 other things.

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3 things about Ingmar Bergman’s AUTUMN SONATA

Autumn Sonata [1978] 1. “A mother and a daughter. What a terrible combination of emotions and confusion and destruction.” 2. Glowing green eyes. Red-rimmed eyes. 3. He closes the envelope but does not seal it.

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3 things about Alfred Hitchcock’s SPELLBOUND

Spellbound [1945] 1. She bites off his mustache. 2. Light under the door. 3. Cutting a ragged path through the drapes of eyes.

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3 things about Alfred Hitchcock’s NOTORIOUS

Notorious [1946] 1. She puts her hand on top of his and discreetly passes him the key. 2. The sound her body makes when she hits the floor. 3. He reaches over and quickly locks the door.

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