Talk to your kids about…
North By Northwest
Did you know Alfred Hitchcock makes a cameo appearance in every one of his films? (You’ll have to be quick off the mark to spy him in this one.)
The script in the movie works very much though the eyes of Roger O. Thornhill, until a pivotal scene that occurs in an FBI office. How does making the audience privy to information the main character doesn’t have change the flow of the film? Do you think this perspective shift enhances or detracts from the story? Are movies usually told in the first person?