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Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier
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May 19, 09

Read in February, 2009

Updated Jane Eyre. Cept empathises with patriarchal paranoia in its horror of female sexuality/ independence. The unnamed narrator and Rebecca represent a division of self. Appealed to me cos the romance demonstrates masochism as enacted idolatry.
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Kelly Okay, I have /not/ been able to get my hands on a copy of the black and white movie Rebecca, and it annoys me! Netflix is supposed to have everything! Come on now.


Kelly You can have the position for now, as apparently it is /impossible/ to find a copy of this. I'm glaring at you, Netflix! I might have to just buy it, if I can. I didn't want to until I had seen it, but if its really that good...


Sarah I haven't read the book, but I have seen the film. Naturally, I related most to the unnamed narrator!

I don't know why Olivier is considered the best actor of his generation. He always seems so bored by his dialogue.


Jackie "the Librarian" It's the only Hitchcock movie to win Best Picture. Sadly, the honor went to the producer, Selznick, and not Hitchcock.
Plus, George Sanders!


Sarah I'm glad I'm not the only one amused by "Rebecca's review of Rebecca." How would the book review the woman, I wonder...


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