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Rope (1948) - Alfred Hitchcock's Murderous Dinner Party Film

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Release Date: 05/01/2024

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Rope from 1948 is a little known Alfred Hitchcock film that deals with one of Hitchcock's favorite subjects....MURDER!!! Specifically, murder that is intellectually argued as a "good" for society. Rope stars John Dall and Farley Granger as Brandon and Phillip, two well-to-do New Yorkers who have just murdered their friend, David. What follows is a tension-filled dinner party of paranoia that leaves the audience to wonder just how long before David's body is discovered by the party-goers. 

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