hitchcockVertigo stars James Stewart as Scottie, a retired detective, and Kim Novak while Judy Barton, who gets disguised as Madeleine, a female hired simply by Scotties friend to act since his partner in order to body Scottie. The story takes place in San Francisco in the 1950s. The film opens over a high building, where official Scottie wonderful partner will be in pursuit of a suspect. Scotties partners a lot more on the line and later he can preserve him. Regrettably, he provides vertigo, a fear of levels. Scottie struggles to assist his partner who have unfortunately is catagorized to his death. Hitchcock underlines Scotties fear of levels by using powerful music and a parrots eye look at of the street below, to give the viewer an idea of elevation. Closeups of Scotties deal with demonstrate his obsessive dread, hence rendering it more genuine to the viewers. As the story develops, Scottie falls excited about Madeleine, an attractive young blonde woman. Madeleine later runs up the stairways of a chapel, unsuccessfully pursued by Scottie, and jumps off the roof eliminating herself, approximately Scottie thought. Here once again, the camera angles play an important part in displaying Scotties fear of heights, as being a spiralling effect is used to shoot the staircase. Since the story grows, Scottie gets admitted to a psychiatric unit. His mental and psychological confusion is illustrated simply by chaotic music. When he fulfills a young woman named Judy Barton, whom bears a striking resemblance to the overdue Madeleine, Hitch really makes use of color within a scene in Judys house. Fog, common to San Francisco, combined with ok coming from a fluorescents sign in the street, give the field a remarkable, almost divine effect. In order for Scottie to conquer the trauma he endured when he dropped Madeleine, he drives Judy to the same church and asks her to run up the stairs so that they can reproduce the sequence of events leading up to Madeleines death. Shockingly, Judy really advances off the roof top, thus easily ending the storyline. An Internet review points out which the Vertigo program reads: There exists a flower stand known to most San Franciscans at the curb opposite the primary entrance to Gumps. Scottie and Judy have ended there to select a blossom for her to wear Amazingly, this flower stand still is out there, although it has ceased to be the real wood frame structure as noticed in the film, (its now made of dark steel). Gumps has as moved one block down Post Avenue. (http://www.widescreencinema.com/vertigo/tour.htm) Schwindel has two characteristics common to many Hitchcock masterpieces: the existence of a young beautiful blonde woman, and the primary characters weakness, in this case, Scotties vertigo. Just like all of Hitchcocks movies, puzzle is omni-present, and the history generates a very good reaction coming from every viewers. The abrupt ending makes the film jump out, and the difficulty of the storyline as well as the expressed values of love and passion, in addition to the themes of reality and tragedy, make this classic worth being on the list of the Top-100 movies ever. According to critically celebrated movie vit Martin Siberok, this is Hitchcock at his cynical ideal a story of human obsession and mental instability, exploitation and remorse. Hitchs message in this motion picture is to encounter our anxieties in order to continue on with our lives.