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The Eyes Of Hitchcock

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You can say what you like, but it's the eyes that give away the fear. Always the eyes.

And filmmaker Kogonada understands this, as he's made this fantastic clip, for the Criterion Collection, of the best eye moments (the most eye-conic, if you will) from the movies of Alfred Hitchcock.

The soundtrack of Anything can happen, and usually does...On the Orient Express by Rob Cawley merely ramps up the tension and suspense, just like one of Alfred's old movies.

You'll see what we mean when you watch it below.

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