2PM, Sunday May 3
Ritz Cinemas, Randwick

Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Country: USA
Year: 1964
Runtime: 130 minutes
Language: English
Format: Colour, 2K DCP (originally 35mm)
Rating: M

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“Thrilling to watch, lush, cool and oddly moving...” — Geoff Andrew, Time Out

Perhaps the most controversial film ever made by the Master of Suspense, Marnie features Hitchcock’s last discovery Tippi Hedren as a thief whose past is corrupted by memories of abuse and violence. Hedren meets her match in Mark (Sean Connery), a smooth manipulator who exploits her fears for his own ends, marries her and keeps her as a trophy.

Source: NBCUniversal
Introduced by Jane Mills

Presented in association with The Ritz Randwick’s 44 film, a weekly retrospective of Alfred Hitchcock’s extraordinary career. Subscribers free, single admission $15.

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