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Rope (1948)

 
Hitchcock! Hitchcock! Hitchcock!

"Why are you so worried? After all this business, we'll have a little daisy chain. Will that help you relax?"
"Why are you so worried? After all this business, we'll have a little daisy chain. Will that help you relax?"

Genre: Crime Drama Thriller

Starring: James Stewart (The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance; The Naked Spur), Farley Granger (Strangers On A Train)

Directed By: Alfred Hitchcock (Shadow Of A Doubt; Topaz)

Overview: Applying their professor's theory, two classmates decide to murder their inferior and keep him in the apartment during a dinner party.

Performance:

I was impressed with James Stewart. Seems to me that this is the kind of role he's best suited for. I always find it weird when I see him in Westerns. I'm always waiting for him to say, "Every time you hear a death-rattle, a devil gets his pitchfork." Point being, Stewart plays a fantastic everyman. Everyone in this is perfectly chosen for their roles, and the direction is superb.
Rating: 9

Cinematography:

9 takes, 80 minutes. This is what's most interesting about this film. The reason that there were so MANY takes is because film reels could only hold about 10 minutes of film. Had they attempted more seamless takes, I would have been more impressed, but Rope has Russian Arc beat to death in my books. This is also Alfred Hitchcock's first colour film, and apparently whole takes were redone because he didn't like the colour of the sunset in the background. that, my friend, is dedication.
Rating: 9

Script:

The reference to Notorious is quite entertaining. Three people are chatting, talking about Cary Grant's last film, called "Something. You know with Ingrid Bergman?" I thought only Shakespeare could pull off plugging his other plays mid-story. In a way, this illustrates the essence of this film. Dialogue stays witty, poignant and conversational with a huge fat slab of holy-than-thou arrogance and a dash of hints and mystery. Of course you need that when your story's about people killing just to prove they can pull it off.
Rating: 8

Plot:

Witty. This is the story of a couple of guys who kill their classmate and put him in a trunk. The next few hours has these guys throwing a dinner party, with that very chest as centerpiece. The only regret I have is that I wish I hadn't seen "Six Feet Under". You see, that show taught me early on what happens to a body after death, and I don't think a bunch of dinner guests would let slide a farting, leaking steamer trunk for hours upon hours... Baring that acceptable suspension of disbelief, a nice thrill-ride with a dramatic finish.
Rating: 8

Mood:

Perfectionism is nice, especially with such stories as the time a dolly ran over and crushed the foot of a crewman. Since the takes were so long, they wanted to make sure that they did it right the first time. The poor broken-footed man was gagged and dragged off, while the cameras kept rolling, and yes, they used that shot in final edit. With the drive of such talent to make sure it's done right, you won't be surprised to find how good a film this is. That real-time feel adds a nice element of immediacy.
Rating: 8

"Well, golly gee Mary, I'm... I'm in colour!"
"Well, golly gee Mary, I'm... I'm in colour!"

Overall Rating: 84% (Leaves You Hanging In Suspense!)
Aftertaste:
Well here's another little tidbit for you: This is based on a true story, and the professor (played by James Stewart) allegedly had an affair with one of the murderers before the killing occurred. Hubba Hubba. There was also some controversy about the film itself due to the implication that the two murderers were gay. I don't think Hitchcock was doing what he could to bring the world one step closer to acceptance, but having a mildly infamous background to a film sure would make it a little more enticing to see, taboos being what they are...
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I love the trailer for Rope - not just a rehash of the film but the precursor. If I may add too, I love John Dall in the film.

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