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Double Take
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6.2 IMDB rating

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Ron Burrage

Ron Burrage

Hitchcock Double
Mark Perry

Mark Perry

Hitchcock Voice
Delfine Bafort

Delfine Bafort

Waitress
George Bush

George Bush

Himself
Jimmy Carter

Jimmy Carter

Himself
Fidel Castro

Fidel Castro

Himself


Written by
Tom McCarthy

Tom McCarthy

(story)


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2 years, 8 months ago at Aug 11 15:09
A Belgian-made mockumentary cum essay piece, presenting the fictional meeting between Alfred Hitchcock and his double from 1980 (on the set of The Birds in 1963), interspersed between stock footage of major events during the cold war, whilst also studying the influence of television on the masses. How about that for arty-farty? And that's the film's biggest flaw. There's too much going on here for... read more
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Director Johan Grimonprez casts Alfred Hitchcock as a paranoid history professor, unwittingly caught up in a double take on the cold war period.
Release date: 13 January 2010
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DVD-R Collection (196 movies items)
Citizen Caine posted a review 2 years, 8 months ago

“A Belgian-made mockumentary cum essay piece, presenting the fictional meeting between Alfred Hitchcock and his double from 1980 (on the set of The Birds in 1963), interspersed between stock footage of major events during the cold war, whilst also studying the influence of television on the masses. How about that for arty-farty? And that's the film's biggest flaw. There's too much going on here for any subject to be dissected individually in depth. It's all a bit shallow and disjointed. The mesh of clips from Alfred Hitchcock Presents..., Psycho and newly-filmed footage featuring real-life Hitchcock lookalike Ron Burrage to create "the meeting" is far from seamless either. Although that's quite possibly intentional, it takes away the aura surrounding Hitchcock and the meeting itself, especi” read more

Citizen Caine added this to a list 2 years, 8 months ago
Films I've Seen In 2011 - Best To Worst (75 movies items)

" A Belgian-made mockumentary cum essay piece, presenting the fictional meeting between Alfred Hitchcock and his double from 1980 (on the set of The Birds in 1963), interspersed between stock footage of major events during the cold war, whilst also studying the influence of television on the masses. How about that for arty-farty? And that's the film's biggest flaw. There's too much going on here for any subject to be dissected individually in depth. It's all a bit shallow and disjointed. The mes"