Students study his technique. Renowned actors, directors, and critics applaud his innovation. The world stands in awe of his genius.
Alfred Hitchcock is a true legend. In a career that spanned more than fifty years, Hitchcock thrilled and shocked the world with renowned films like Pyscho, Rear Window, North by Northwest, and The Birds, directing Janet Leigh, James Stewart, Cary Grant, and Grace Kelly, among others. Now, join the "Master of Suspense" in early works that shaped his spellbinding career—classic black and white features Young and Innocent and Easy Virtue.
YOUNG AND INNOCENT
When a writer, Robert, discovers his girlfriend's slain body on the beach—who was murdered by her jealous, estranged husband—he flees the scene while two witnesses, who assume he is the murderer, look on. Determined to catch the real killer before the police catch him, he goes on the run and enlists the help of Erica, the local police chief's daughter.
Isabel Jeans (Gigi, The Magic Christian, Suspicion) stars as Larita Filton, whose husband divorces her after mistakenly believing she was unfaithful. She then meets young John Whittaker on holiday, and when the two rush into a scandalous marriage, Larita's long-held, shocking secret is revealed.