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Psychological, character-driven suspense, genre-busting thrillers, literary fiction with suspense elements, with suspense elements Bornacell, works on high concept fiction and nonfiction, especially thrillers, conspiracies with suspense elements with suspense element and strong film and television potential. Iím particularly interested in well-crafted, even archetypal, stories set in interesting w


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F.W. MURNAU His purely visual storytelling approach inspired Hitchcock, beginning with the 1926 thriller, The Lodger.
D.W. GRIFFITH Hitch appropriated chase and last-minute rescue motifs for many films, from Blackmail (1929) to Family Plot (1976).
LUIS BUNUEL Hitch's penchant for dream sequences came from surrealism, particularly Bunuel's 1928 Un Chien Andalou (made with Salvador DalŪ, a collaborator on 1945's Spellbound).
SERGEI EISENSTEIN To Catch a Thief's (1955) crosscuts between amorous couple (Grace Kelly and Cary Grant) and fireworks pay homage to Eisenstein's use of montage.
HENRI-GEORGES CLOUZOT Reportedly envious of Clouzot's 1955 thriller, Diabolique, Hitchcock fashioned Psycho (1960) as a similarly bleak black-and-white film.
MICHELANGELO ANTONIONI Blown away by Blow Up in 1966, the aging master of suspense began regularly screening current films. Discovering a new freedom, Hitch included nudity and a graphic strangulation in 1972's Frenzy.

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