Do you ever wonder if what you see by way of location in cinema is nothing more than propaganda? Director Alfred Hitchcock was severely criticized by `Observer` film critic Caroline Lejeune for making what she considered to be `travelogues` in sacrifice of any real political ethos. And whilst this `might` be true of his Brtitish output, it is undeniably true of the films which he made in America
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