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Marnie (1964)

Hitchcock! Hitchcock! Hitchcock!

 Never the smartest girl, poor Marnie fell for the ol' 'bigger money is worth more' scam.
Never the smartest girl, poor Marnie fell for the ol' 'bigger money is worth more' scam.

Genre: Drama Mystery Romance Thriller

Starring: Tippi Hendren (The Birds; I Woke Up Early The Day I Died), Sean Connery (Finding Forrester; Dr. No)

Directed By: Alfred Hitchcock (Jamaica Inn; Under Capricorn)

Overview: When a young executive discovers a theif, rather than giving her up to the police, he hires her, courts her and tries to help her.


Girlfriend of Squish was so genuinely annoyed by Tippi's character that I wondered if it was the wrong time of the month to watch this film with her. Consesus seems to agree though that there is NO good time to watch a movie where the director and his leading actress stop talking to one another mid-film. Go figure professionalism goes straight down the toilet when you're directing through intermediaried. Yes it's just a rumour, but Tippi's not the strongest role by far. In fact I loved the secondary character that was the sister of Sean Connery's character, and not too rough on the eyes either...
Rating: 7


There are few films where the editing style seems to make the story oddly disjointed. On the risk of being told it was done on purpose I'm going to say 'blah, icky, weird and clunky'. One thing I do know is that the cheap looking sets were like that on purpose. I didn't find the sets all that chintzy compared to other Hitchcockian films; the poor man always prefered the studio, and trees just somehow don't look right plunked in astroturf...
Rating: 6


When Tippi Hendren was told she was to play a frigid woman, she was shocked saying "but have you looked at [Sean Connery]?" Hitchcock replied, "It's called acting, my dear." Perhaps I delayed too long in reviewing this one, but my mind recalls nothing spectacular about it, except all those little moments when things were said for the benefit of the audience. I wonder if Hitchcock assumed a degree of stupidity among his spectators, or perhaps all film was doing this in this era. I'll have to pay more attention to the 50s and 60s for exposition...
Rating: 7


The ending is what it's all about. It's a good ending, but five minutes out of two hours is just what I'd call trying a man's patience, virtuous as it is. Too little too late, too dramatic, and it could have been a little less stupid besides. This movie went on too long without addressing the important questions, namely, 'really honestly, why did you get involved with a woman you knew was a liar, a thief and a lunatic?'
Rating: 6


There's a deep theme of madness meshed with unprofessionalism. The madness is far too out there but without the crazy kitschy zest that added something to Spellbound, whereas the unprofessionalism comes from the undercurrent of a film destined for failure. This is the kind of film that is more a series of events than occur to two people rather than a story. The editing is so strong in defining the elements into chapters that it felt like there were parts missing, that nuance and subtext just didn't exist. I didn't like what this did to my brain.
Rating: 7

 Tippi 'teef two time!
Tippi 'teef two time!

Overall Rating: 64% (Marnie, Shmarmy)

Seriously, it's not anywhere near as bad as I was told, but it's true the acting suffered and the cinematography was uninspired, well planned as it was. I think any Hitchcock fan knows that this isn't one of his greats, and I'll agree that there's no great reason for going out of your way to getting a copy of this to watch.

*Originally reviewed January 14th, 2007

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We talked about this film before you saw it, and reading your review, I agree with a lot of what you say. But for some reason this is still one of my favorite Hitchock pictures. There's a lot that doesn't work in this film, but then the scenes that do work work really well. It's baffling to see a scene like Marnie's Rutland robbery near the beginning (a scene that really worked for me) compared to the cringe-inducing cheesy-ness of the zoom in/zoom out on the money at the end of the film.
Also, because of total suppression (except at key moments) of red, this film has a really interesting colour palette. I also love the fact that there wasn't a single character in this film that wasn't a nut job. Yes, Marnie was a frigid kleptomaniac, but Mark wasn't much healthier! As was pointed out to him by Marnie herself, he had a pathological fix on a woman who was not only an admitted criminal, but who screamed every time he came near her. But everyone is neurotic in this picture - Strutt, that bitchy little girl, Marnie's mother, Lil, Mark's father, the list goes on and on.

Hello Fellow Club Members.

Boy am I glad that I watched this during a Hitchcock Filmography Study. As for you, I pity what you must be going through.

Maybe I put the wrong rating up for you on the club blog, but according to your rating here, seems like it should be a 6 not a 4, correct me if I'm wrong, but a 4 would equate to somewhere around a 40%

Because of the way I 'grade' my reviews on a bell-type curve, the stuff I submit 'out of 10' on your site is a little different from what I have here.

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