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DOWNHILL, 1 hr 45 min (1927) 

Alfred Hitchcock (Suspense)


Caption: PT

Classification: 16+ 


Downhill" is a 1927 British thriller film directed by Alfred Hitchcock. It is one of his first directing works and is considered an important piece of his portfolio.

The plot follows the story of Roddy Berwick, a young student at a boarding school who is wrongly accused of a crime. He is expelled from school and is forced to face the consequences of his situation and seek his redemption.

"Downhill" is a film of dark suspense and tension that is an example of Hitchcock's ability to create a scary and tense atmosphere. The direction is deft and the storytelling is fluid, keeping the audience engaged until the very end.

Additionally, the cast's acting is intense and helps convey the tension and desperation of Roddy's situation. "Downhill" is a masterpiece of suspense cinema and is a must for fans of the genre and Hitchcock himself.

In summary, "Downhill" is a dark and haunting thriller that showcases Alfred Hitchcock's ability to create a tense and frightening atmosphere. It is a truly memorable work of suspense cinema and a must for fans of the genre and Hitchcock himself.

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