Nate and Ryan discuss their first Alfred Hitchcock classic, 1958’s Vertigo. As the film has gained more and more respect over the years, Nate and Ryan decided that it was time for them to really examine this beloved psychological mind-bender. Like so many hallmarks of cinema before and since, Vertigo befuddled critics and audiences when it was released, and was kept more or less under wraps by Hitchcock’s estate for several decades. Nate and Ryan discuss what makes this slow-burn entry into film canon so mesmerizing.
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