In observance of the 70th anniversary of the heroic 63-day Warsaw Uprising during World War II, the library screens the 1957 award-winning Polish film, directed by Andrzej Wajda and shown with English subtitles. Niles high school teacher Tom Rajewski Herman introduces the film and leads the post-film discussion.
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Dial M For Murder-1954, Rated PG, 105 min.-Mostly set in one room, this tightly-wound Hitchcock classic is known for introducing audiences to Hitchcocks icy blonde female.
Witness for the Prosecution-Directed by Billy Wilder, 1957, Not Rated, 116 min.-Versatile director Wilder was harnessing Hitchcock as he made this legal stunner.
Notorious-1946, Not Rated, 101 min.-Known for being both a classic romance and a classic spy thriller, this Cary Grant/Ingrid Bergman thriller is one of Hitchcocks most underrated gems!
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A taut thriller that has Hitchcocks influence all over it.
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