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2012, Fox Searchlight, USA, Dir: Sacha Gervasi

Based on Stephen Rebello's book Alfred Hitchcock and the Making of Psycho, Sacha Gervasi's love story for movie lovers centers on the rotund Master of Suspense (Anthony Hopkins) and his smart, discerning wife and collaborator Alma Reville (Helen Mirren) during the making of Hitch's most shocking, daring and influential film, PSYCHO. With Scarlett Johansson as Janet Leigh, James D'Arcy as Anthony Perkins and Jessica Biel as Vera Miles.

2012, 113 min, Germany, Dir: Christian Schwochow

Drama student Fine (Stine Fischer Christensen, AFTER THE WEDDING) is callously told by a coach that she's "invisible" - and then, in a miraculous turn of events, she's cast by a renowned director in the demanding role of Camille. As Fine transforms into a leading lady, the alarming consequences of fast fame set in - the role begins to absorb her, to the point that Fine's self-identity becomes horrifically fractured. A must-see for fans of Darren Aronofsky's BLACK SWAN, Christian Schwochow's psychological thriller was a festival favorite of 2011, garnering a Best Actress prize for Christensen at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival. In German with English subtitles.

1952, Warner Bros., 118 min, USA, Dir: Vincente Minnelli

Hugely entertaining - and still on-target - drama of the relentless scramble to succeed in Hollywood, starring Kirk Douglas as producer Jonathan Shields, a born hustler who creates great movies while he alienates everyone who loves him – including Lana Turner as the alcoholic daughter of a Barrymore-like matinee idol, Barry Sullivan as a trusting young director and Dick Powell as a sharp-tongued screenwriter.

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