The director of the film uses back-screen projection and camera tricks to enhance suspense and ensure that the audience is drawn deeper into the narrative. The film director does a good masterful job of blending all the diverse elements of vertigo together. The story in the film is a love story, mystery and a thriller all combined into one. The story deals with issues of obsession and the feeble nature of romantic love. The story has two styles which are repeatedly used in the film. The styles used are the memorable haunting score and the distinctive color scheme featuring reds and greens. There are also some lengthy passages which passes without dialogue and instead accompanied by music. The story transcends its medium by being a beautiful, moving painting, with some striking scenes that capture a beauty that speaks to the romantic side of the themes. The story is rich in styles that makes it captivating to the viewers and also ensure that the main theme of the story is properly projected. The theme of love is presented in the story in several instances. As the story begins, a police officer, “Scottie” Ferguson falls in love with his friend’s wife, Madeleine who he was left to look after. Unfortunately the woman, Madeleine falls from a roof top and dies. We still see the same man love again and is involved in romantic love affairs. The director of the movie, Alfred Hitchcock uses repetition throughout the movie so as to bring about his points quite clearly. The movie can be considered a feminist movie since the main theme of the movie revolves around women who are involved in romantic affairs with their male counterparts.
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