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Sep 9, 2021

[Answer] 1. Which dizzying 1958 movie starring Jimmy Stewart and Kim Novak popularised the used of a dolly zoom, a special effect that distorts perspective?

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...1. Brazil 2. Persona 3. Vertigo 4. Memento The use of the dolly zoom to distort perspective helped make "Vertigo" one of the most riveting movies of its time. Director Alfred Hitchcock considered it to be one of his best works. Jimmy Stewart played a depressed, recently retired cop hired to follow a client's wife (played by Kim Novak) whom the client thought was 'possessed'. The movie dealt with mental illness and suicide, two topics which were somewhat taboo at the time. A surprise ending kept viewers in their seats until the very end.




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Vertigo:


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