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14 December 2012 (USA) See more »
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A love story between influential filmmaker Alfred Hitchcock and wife Alma Reville during the filming of Psycho (1960) in 1959. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Nominated for Oscar. Another 5 wins & 20 nominations See more »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Anthony Hopkins ... Alfred Hitchcock

Helen Mirren ... Alma Reville

Scarlett Johansson ... Janet Leigh

Danny Huston ... Whitfield Cook

Toni Collette ... Peggy Robertson

Michael Stuhlbarg ... Lew Wasserman

Michael Wincott ... Ed Gein

Jessica Biel ... Vera Miles

James D'Arcy ... Anthony Perkins

Richard Portnow ... Barney Balaban

Kurtwood Smith ... Geoffrey Shurlock

Ralph Macchio ... Joseph Stefano

Kai Lennox ... Hilton Green

Tara Summers ... Rita Riggs

Wallace Langham ... Saul Bass

Paul Schackman ... Bernard Herrmann

Currie Graham ... PR Flack

Spencer Garrett ... George Tomasini

Terry Rhoads ... Jack Russell

Tom Virtue ... NY Theater Manager

Karina Deyko ... Pretty Secretary

Steven Lee Allen ... Crew Member

Richard Chassler ... Martin Balsam

Frank Collison ... Henry Gein

Melinda Chilton ... Margo (Perkins' Double)

Mary Anne McGarry ... Hedda Hopper Type

Jon Abrahams ... Reporter #1

Gil McKinney ... Reporter #2

Emma Jacobs ... Blonde Fan (as Emma Julia Jacobs)
Spencer Leigh ... Nunzio
Sean MacPherson ... Waiter
Gerald V. Casale ... David Kirkpatrick (as Gerald Casale)
Tara Arroyave ... Woman Waiting in Line

Judith Hoag ... Lillian (Studio Head's Wife)

Josh Yeo ... John Gavin

Danielle Burgio ... Dead Woman in Tub

John Lacy ... First Guard

Howard Gibson ... Party Guest
Josette Prevost ... Party Guest

Lauren Stewart ... Party Guest (as Lorie Stewart)
Jaehne Moebius ... Party Guest
Ana Matallana ... Female Prop Assistant

Lindsey Ginter ... Male Prop Master
Paul Henderson ... Beach Walker
Kay Henderson ... Beach Walker
Lisa Marie Boiko ... Film Crew

Richard Burns ... Film Crew
Meredith Claire ... Film Crew
Alexia DuBasso ... Film Crew

Jonn Faircrest ... Film Crew

Gina Fricchione ... Film Crew
James R. Gavio ... Film Crew

James Henderson ... Film Crew

Bruce Holman ... Film Crew
Dion W.H. Holt ... Film Crew

Jeremiah Hundley ... Film Crew
Michael Kurtz ... Film Crew
Joseph Martino ... Film Crew
Jeremy S. Miles ... Film Crew
Jon Renfield ... Film Crew

Linda Sans ... Film Crew
James Tappan ... Film Crew

Jon Thibault ... Film Crew

Sebastian Vale ... Film Crew
Jason Wingo ... Film Crew

Cynthia Youngblood ... Film Crew
Rapunzel ... Geoffrey
Cinderella ... Stanley
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Kimberly Jo Howard ... Premier Theater Guest (as Kimberly Howard)

Rene Auberjonois ... Censor (uncredited)

Karissa Barney ... Fan (uncredited)

Bill Blair ... Premier Theatre Guest (uncredited)
Lee Christian ... New York News Photographer (uncredited)

Claudette Colbert ... Lee Addams in The Secret Heart (archive footage) (uncredited)

Sabrina Diaz ... Chorus Girl (uncredited)
Cathy Fielding ... Chasen's Patron (uncredited)
Leni Ford ... Lady Chicago (uncredited)

Chris Goodman ... (uncredited)

Mandy Henderson ... Premier Movie Patron (uncredited)

David Hill ... Leonard J South - Camera Operator (uncredited)

Ian Mackay ... Chasen's Waiter (uncredited)

Craig Meier ... William Russell - Sound Recorder (uncredited)

Tom Michaels ... Grip Maintenance Worker (uncredited)

Walter Pidgeon ... Chris Matthews in The Secret Heart (archive footage) (uncredited)

Geoff Pilkington ... Janet Leigh Fan (uncredited)

Deborah Rombaut ... (uncredited)

John Rothman ... Accountant (uncredited)

Matt Samuel ... (uncredited)

Mia Serafino ... Secretary (uncredited)

Gary Sievers ... Inmate Mental Patient (uncredited)
Chris Sprister ... Press Photographer (uncredited)
Joel Thingvall ... Press Photographer (uncredited)

London Vale ... Myra Davis (uncredited)

Matt Weinglass ... Inmate Mental Patient (uncredited)
Cletus Young ... Chet (uncredited)

Rafael Zubizarreta ... (uncredited)

Directed by
Sacha Gervasi 
 
Writing credits
John J. McLaughlin (screenplay)

Stephen Rebello (book "Alfred Hitchcock and the Making of Psycho")

Produced by
Alan Barnette .... producer
Ali Bell .... executive producer
Jeffrey Harlacker .... associate producer
Peter Kohn .... associate producer
Joe Medjuck .... producer
Richard Middleton .... executive producer
Tom Pollock .... producer
Ivan Reitman .... producer
John Schneider .... co-producer
Tom Thayer .... producer
 
Original Music by
Danny Elfman 
 
Cinematography by
Jeff Cronenweth (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Pamela Martin 
 
Casting by
Terri Taylor 
 
Production Design by
Judy Becker 
 
Art Direction by
Alexander Wei 
 
Set Decoration by
Robert Gould 
 
Costume Design by
Julie Weiss 
 
Makeup Department
Jaremy Aiello .... prosthetic art department
Richard Alonzo .... prosthetic art department
Arrick Anderson .... additional hair stylist
Howard Berger .... prosthetic makeup department head
Howard Berger .... special makeup effects artist
Mark Boley .... prosthetic hair department
Jocelyn Carpenter .... additional hair stylist
Barbara Dally .... additional hair stylist
Nicole DeFrancesco .... additional hair stylist
David Fields .... hair stylist
Kelcey Fry .... makeup artist
Joe Giles .... prosthetic mold department
Hitomi Golba .... additional hair stylist
Christina Gonzalez .... contact lens technician
Ursula Hawks .... additional hair stylist
Gabor Heiligenberg .... additional hair stylist
Julie Hewett .... makeup department head
Brian Hillard .... prosthetic mold department
Steve Katz .... prosthetic manufacturing department
Martina Kohl .... makeup artist
Suzanne Kontonickas .... additional hair stylist (as Suzanna Kontonickas)
Derek Krout .... prosthetic manufacturing department
Colleen LaBaff .... key hair stylist
Mike Lachimia .... prosthetic manufacturing department
Jim Leonard .... prosthetic mold department
Lucia Mace .... additional hair stylist
Maha .... key makeup artist
Richard Maybery .... prosthetic paint department (as Rich Mayberry)
Peter Montagna .... key prosthetic makeup artist
Greg Nicotero .... special makeup effects artist (as Gregory Nicotero)
Veronica Owens .... prosthetic office coordinator: KNF EFX
Cynthia P. Romo .... additional hair stylist
Barry Rosenberg .... barber
Michael Ross .... prosthetic mold department
Alex Rouse .... wig maker
Eleanor Sabaduquia .... makeup artist
Martin Samuel .... hair department head
Marsha Shearrill .... makeup artist
Steven R. Soussanna .... additional hair stylist (as Steve Soussana)
Kimberley Spiteri .... hair stylist
Lauran Upshaw .... additional hair stylist (as Lauren Upshaw)
Maria Valdivia .... additional hair stylist
Terrie Velazquez Owen .... additional hair stylist (as Terri Owen)
Candy L. Walken .... additional hair stylist
John Wheaton .... prosthetic art department
Robert Wilson .... hair stylist (as Robert C. Wilson)
Karen Zanki .... additional hair stylist
Lorri Keefer-Smith .... manicurist (uncredited)
Calvin Scott .... additional makeup artist (uncredited)
Ellen Vieira .... makeup artist (uncredited)
 
Production Management
Richard Middleton .... unit production manager
Jason Miller .... post-production supervisor
Beverley Ward .... production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Peter Kohn .... first assistant director
Brandon Lambdin .... second assistant director
Lauren Pasternack .... second second assistant director
Sam Alvelo .... additional second assistant director (uncredited)
 
Art Department
Brent Anderson .... gang boss
Andrew Birdzell .... set designer
Joanna Bush .... illustrator
Gregory Byrne .... set dresser
Susannah Carradine .... art department coordinator
Cristina Colissimo .... graphic artist/designer
William E. Criswell Jr. .... greens (as William E. Criswell)
Jon De Pabon .... gang boss
Jerry Donegan .... greens
Haley Dornan .... set decoration assistant
Daniel DuPont .... set dresser (as Dan DuPont)
Melissa Feinberg .... first assistant property manager (as Melissa A. Feinberg)
Marc Figueroa .... greens
Dwayne Grady .... property master (as Dwayne David Grady)
Matthew Haney .... labor gang boss
Anne Hyvarinen .... lead scenic
Kevin Kalaba .... graphic designer
Charles Kern .... on-set stand-by painter
Jim Krase .... propmaker gang boss
Arin Ladish .... buyer
Alexander Linde .... art department assistant
Vincent Lucido .... storyboard artist
Thomas Machan .... set designer (as Thomas J. Machan)
John Markovich .... swing
Cynthia Martinez .... greens foreman
Ray Maxwell .... construction mill foreman
Jason Olson .... swing
Chris Patterson .... on-set dresser (as Chris T. Patterson)
Brittany Perham-MacWhorter .... assistant art director
Sarah Regan .... paint gang boss
Seth Rigamat .... construction location foreman
Neil 'Jokes' Roemer .... labor foreman
Rudy Rohde .... swing (as Mark 'Rudy' Rohde)
F. Andrew Scott .... paint gang boss
Cheryl Gould Strang .... leadman (as Cheryl Strang)
Barry Tugendhaft .... greens (as Barry R. Tugendhaft)
Bryan Turk .... general foreman
Daniel Turk .... construction coordinator (as Dan E. Turk)
Eric Turk .... propmaker gang boss
Jennifer Turk .... construction office manager
Ann Urich .... second assistant property manager
Kaitlynn Wood .... buyer
Susan A. Benson .... prop fabricator (uncredited)
Shiuvaun Egan .... painter (uncredited)
Doug Field .... prop fabricator (uncredited)
Martin J. Gibbons .... welding foreman (uncredited)
Aaron A. Goffman .... props (uncredited)
Robert E. Knight .... scenic foreman (uncredited)
Sergey Mazurov .... propmaker (uncredited)
Rick McLean .... painter (uncredited)
Miles S. Richman .... sign writer (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Ron Bartlett .... sound re-recording mixer
David Betancourt .... adr mixer: Twentieth Century Fox Studios
Derek Casari .... adr engineer: Twentieth Century Fox Studios
John T. Cucci .... foley artist: One Step Up (as John Cucci)
Susan Dawes .... dialogue supervisor
Richard Duarte .... foley mixer: One Step Up
Geoff Ethridge .... post-production sound engineering
Tim Gomillion .... sound recordist: Twentieth Century Fox Studios
Galen Goodpaster .... first assistant sound editor
Laura Graham .... adr editor
Matthew Harrison .... foley editor
Doug Hemphill .... sound re-recording mixer (as D.M. Hemphill)
Mildred Iatrou .... supervising sound editor (as Mildred Iatrou Morgan)
Jason Johnston .... boom person
Jesse Johnstone .... adr recordist: Twentieth Century Fox Studios
Kyle D. Krajewski .... adr recordist: Twentieth Century Fox Studios
Ai-Ling Lee .... additional sound mixer
Ai-Ling Lee .... supervising sound editor
David Lucarelli .... adr recordist: Twentieth Century Fox Studios
Chuck Michael .... sound effects editor
Michael Miller .... adr mixer: Twentieth Century Fox Studios
John Murray .... foley supervisor (as John M. Murray)
Peggy Names .... sound utility
Dan O'Connell .... foley artist: One Step Up
Andy Potvin .... dolby sound consultant
Erin Michael Rettig .... sound editorial engineering (as Erin Rettig)
Charleen Richards .... adr mixer: Twentieth Century Fox Studios (as Charleen Richards-Steeves)
Christine Sirois .... adr recordist: Twentieth Century Fox Studios
William Stein .... sound re-recording engineer: Twentieth Century Fox Studios (as Bill Stein)
Edward Tise .... production sound mixer
Blake Collins .... foley mixer (uncredited)
Mark DeSimone .... adr mixer (uncredited)
James Hyde .... adr recordist (uncredited)
Nick Kray .... adr mixer (uncredited)
Ric Schnupp .... adr recordist (uncredited)
Mark Sheffield .... sound re-recording mixer (uncredited)
John Soukup .... sound transfer (uncredited)
Debby VanPoucke .... sound editor (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Chris Cline .... special effects technician
Josh Hakian .... special effects supervisor
David Waine .... special effects coordinator
 
Visual Effects by
Erika Abrams .... visual effects producer: Furious FX
Go Aoyama .... compositor: Prana Animation
Rajneesh B. .... compositor: Prana Animation (as Rajneesh B)
Brian Carney .... compositor: Furious FX
Erik Courtney .... compositor: Prana Animation
Erin M. Cullen .... rotoscope artist: Furious FX
Kunal Desai .... it support: Prana Animation
Scott Dougherty .... visual effects executive producer: Furious FX
Robin Gala .... compositor: Prana Animation
Ankur Goyal .... compositor: Prana Animation
Ankur Goyal .... technical support: Prana Animation
Ajay Gurram .... compositor: Prana Animation ) (as G. Ajay)
Owen Holdren .... compositor: Prana Animation
Patel Irshad .... compositor: Prana Animation (as Irshad Patel)
Manasi Joshi .... compositor: Prana Animation
Sukumar Kannan Ketty .... match move: Prana Abimation
Samapika Karmakar .... compositor: Prana Animation
Arshad Khan Pathan .... it support: Prana Animation
Shrusti Kotwal .... it support: Prana Animation
Amit Kumar .... compositor: Prana Abimation
Sasi Kumar .... visual effects supervisor: Prana Animation (as Sasi Kumar B)
Krystine Lankenau .... rotoscope artist: Furious FC (as Kristine Lankenau)
Andrew Lewitin .... compositor: Prana Animation
S. Kumar Lingam .... compositor: Prana Animation (as S Khumar Lingam_)
David Lingenfelser .... executive visual effects supervisor: Furious FX
Ken Locsmandi .... compositor: Prana Animation
Ankit Mishra .... compositor: Prana Animation
Rachel Moorer .... compositor: Prana Animation
Manoj Nagar .... compositor: Prana Animation
Devin Nasby .... compositor: Prana Animation
Sean O'Connor .... compositor: Furoius FX
Jeffrey A. Okun .... senior visual effects supervisor: Prana Animation
Abhitendra Patel .... matchmove: Prana Abimation
Samir Pednekar .... it support: Prana Animation
Biki Prasad .... compositor: Prana Animation
Arun Kumar Saigal .... compositor: Prana Animation (as Arun Saigal)
Chris Serenil .... computer services manager: Furious FX (as Christopher Serenil)
Bhavini Ashwinkumar Shah .... visual effects production manager: Prana Animation (as Bhavini A Shah)
Amir Shahinsha .... visual effects producer: Prana Animation Studio
Ravi Shekhar .... compositor: Prana Animation
Mark Shoaf .... cg supervisor: Furious FX
Narendra Soni .... matte painting: Prana Aimation
Sharon Stetzel .... visual effects coordinator: Prana Animation (as Shaton Stetze)
Ken Terry .... visual effects editor
Sujit Tone .... compositor: Prana Animation
Kinjal Vora .... compositor: Prana Animation
Varun Walia .... match move: P{rana Animation
Michael Joseph Warren .... compositor: Prana Animation
James P. Noon .... head of tracking (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Eddie Braun .... stunt coordinator
Robert Martinez .... stunts
Eric Norris .... stunt coordinator
Winston West .... assistant to stunt coordinator (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Ivan Allen .... set lighting technician (as Ivan C. Allen)
Kyle Coventry .... rigging electrician
Allen Davina .... company grip
Damon Doherty .... key rigging grip (as Damon T. Doherty)
Josh Elder .... dolly grip: "b" camera (as Joshua 'Crazy Train' Elder)
Bryan Fletchall .... technocrane technician
Erik Gonzales .... set lighting technician (as Erik Gonzalez)
Carlos Gonzalez .... technocrane technician
David Gottlieb .... rigging electrician
James Green .... set lighting technician (as James R. Green)
Kirt Harding .... company grip
Leonardo Larosa .... company grip (as Leonard Larosa)
Brandon Lippard .... digital imaging technician
Ed Maloney .... gaffer
John Mang .... dolly grip: "a" camera
Daniel Page McDonough .... camera operator: "b" camera (as Dan McDonough)
Greg Mustin .... key grip
Paul Postal .... rigging gaffer
Lawrence Rake .... set lighting technician
Clive Richards .... best boy electric (as H. Clive Richards)
Peter Rosenfeld .... camera operator: "a" camera
Peter Rosenfeld .... steadicam operator
Kaushik Sampath .... camera department assistant
Eric Sandlin .... best boy rigging electric
Paul Santoni .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Josh Seifert .... rigging grip
Chris Shadley .... video assist operator (as Chris 'Fish' Shadley)
Jay Sheveck .... libra head technician
Liam Sinnott .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Harold Skinner .... gaffer
Suzanne Tenner .... still photographer
Paul Toomey .... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Stefan Wilking .... rigging electrician
Bradley Everett Wilson .... camera supporter
Lars Ian Wolfe .... rigging grip
Vincent Young .... best boy electric
Harry Zimmerman .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Jonathan Cushing .... lighting technician (uncredited)
Thomas McCarty .... set lighting technician (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Johnny Gidcomb .... adr voice casting
John McAlary .... casting associate
Dixie Webster .... extras casting (as Dixie Webster-Davis)
Sarah Domeier .... casting assistant (uncredited)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Paul Black .... costumer
Nigel Boyd .... costumer
Michael Crow .... key costumer
Olga Ishkhanova .... tailor/seamstress (as Olga Y. Ishkhanova)
Grayson Kelly .... costume assistant
Carol Kunz .... costume supervisor
Felicia Molinari .... costumer
Linda Redmon .... costumer
Ken Van Duyne .... assistant costume designer
 
Editorial Department
Matt Blackshear .... digital conform editor
Des Carey .... digital intermediate manager
George Chavez .... color timer
Michael Cioni .... digital intermediate manager
Andrew Dickler .... additional editor
Monique Eissing .... digital conform editor
Katie Fellion .... digital intermediate producer
Joshua Kirchmer .... apprentice editor
Aaron Kroger .... mobile dailies engineer: Light Iron OUTPOST
Nicholas Lareau .... mobile dailies engineer: Light Iron OUTPOST (as Nick Lareau)
Ryan McKeague .... digital intermediate assistant
Keenan Mock .... digital intermediate assistant
Staci Pontius .... first assistant editor
Paul Rehder .... digital intermediate assistant
Paul Sage .... digital intermediate assistant
Lee Tucker .... preview engineer
Ian Vertovec .... digital intermediate colorist
Emily Eddey .... digital intermediate producer assistant (uncredited)
Kevin London .... digital intermediate systems administrator (uncredited)
Chris Peariso .... digital intermediate engineer (uncredited)
 
Music Department
Chris Barrett .... assistant engineer
Steve Bartek .... orchestrator
Nicholas Bucknall .... musician: solo clarinet
Fiona Cruickshank .... assistant engineer
Nick Depinna .... assistant: David Norland
Isobel Griffiths .... orchestra contractor
David Hage .... music preparation: Dakota Music
Greg Hayes .... mix assistant
Skaila Kanga .... musician: harp
Melissa Karaban .... assistant: Danny Elfman
T.J. Lindgren .... additional arrangements
Greg Maloney .... technical assistant
Marc Mann .... midi supervision and preparation
Melisa McGregor .... music production coordinator
Everton Nelson .... musician: solo violin
Everton Nelson .... orchestra leader
David Norland .... music supervisor
Adam Olmsted .... digital recordist
Anthony Pleeth .... musician: solo cello
Shie Rozow .... score editor
Dennis S. Sands .... music scoring mixer (as Dennis Sands)
Edgardo Simone .... orchestrator
Noah Scot Snyder .... additional scoring mixer
Noah Scot Snyder .... digital recordist (as Noah Snyder)
Philip Tallman .... music editor
Vicci Wardman .... musician: solo viola
Hugh Webb .... musician: harp
Rick Wentworth .... conductor
Lucy Whalley .... assistant orchestra contractor
Bruce White .... viola
Nick Wollage .... score recordist
Rene Garza Aldape .... composer: additional music (uncredited)
Patrick Houlihan .... music executive (uncredited)
Alejandro Valencia .... composer: additional music (uncredited)
 
Transportation Department
Kip Fazzone .... transportation captain
Garner Humphrey .... driver
Billy Kane .... transportation coordinator (as Bill Kane)
George A. Miki .... transportation co-captain
Bea S. Rembeczky .... driver
Anthony Detiege .... production driver (uncredited)
D'Aldo Fazzone .... driver (uncredited)
Kimo Han .... transportation administrator (uncredited)
 
Other crew
Roberto Alvarez .... catering assistant
Stephen Apostolina .... additional voice
Sean Barney .... assistant: Sacha Gervasi
Lori Berlanga .... assistant: Helen Mirren
David Berón .... additional voice
Michael Candelori .... assistant: Sacha Gervasi
Richard Cansino .... additional voice
Alfonso Ceja .... assistant chef
Sarah Clifford .... head animal wrangler
Wendy Cutler .... additional voice (as Wendy E. Cutler)
Vicki Davis .... additional voice
Caleb Duffy .... location manager
Nicholas Dunlevy .... production secretary
Medwin Figueroa .... catering assistant
Dave Fraunces .... production coordinator
Scott Garrison .... assistant: Ali Bell
Keith Gaudin .... clerk
Rachel Godfrey .... assistant: Tom Pollock
Jane Goldsmith .... script supervisor
Danielle Hartnett .... additional voice
Mark A. Heinen .... location assistant
Ryan Robert Howard .... set production assistant
Emma Jacobs .... set production assistant
Zachary Kahn .... assistant location manager
Heather Kehayas .... set production assistant
Cara Kovach .... set production assistant
Jason Kumalo .... set production assistant
Lex Lang .... additional voice
Brian K. Lee .... location assistant
Susan Leslie .... additional voice
Andrew Lipschultz .... unit publicist
Sean Macaulay .... special consultant
Ana Matallana .... assistant: Anthony Hopkins
Ilana McAllister .... production accountant
Mousy McCallum .... set production assistant: basecamp (as Olivia 'Mouse' McCallum)
Courtney McCrory .... assistant post accountant
Steve Michelson .... caterer (as Steve Miuchelson)
Krystee Morgan .... assistant: Tom Pollock
Miguel Paniagua .... chef
Ashley Peldon .... additional voice
Courtney Peldon .... additional voice
Eric Reich .... assistant: Ivan Reitman
Michelle Schrauwers .... ket set production assistant
Mark Schwaiger .... crow wrangler
Lyndsay Smith .... office production assistant (as Lyndsay R. Smith)
Laurie Stewart .... office production assistant
Jed Strahm .... payroll accountant
Joe Suffredini .... crow wrangler
Anush Suluan .... craft service assistant (as Anush Sulyan)
Sam Sulyan .... key craft service
Natalie Truly .... post accountant
Brian Turi .... animal wrangler
Clay Valenti .... key assistant location manager/scout
Chrisoula Vlassopoulos .... first assistant accountant
Lesley Wise .... legal & business affairs: Ingenious Media
Alexandra Altman .... production assistant (uncredited)
Allie Altman .... production assistant (uncredited)
Jessica Drake .... dialect coach (uncredited)
Caroline Fife .... stand-in: Mrs. Helen Mirren & Mrs. Toni Collette (uncredited)
Anthony Genovese .... male stand-in (uncredited)
David Greenbaum .... production executive (uncredited)
Michael J. Harker .... completion bond company representative (uncredited)
Jean Hodges .... food stylist (uncredited)
Paula Holt .... assistant post production accountant (uncredited)
Daniel Kepler .... main titles: production coordinator (uncredited)
David Midgen .... titles producer (uncredited)
Michael D. Nes .... project manager: Deluxe Digital Cinema (uncredited)
Lee Peglow .... assistant post-production accountant (uncredited)
Joel Thingvall .... researcher (uncredited)
Aura Esther Trentin .... photo double: Scarlett Johansson (uncredited)
 
Thanks
Xavier Collin .... thanks
 

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Rated PG-13 for some violent images, sexual content and thematic material
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Trivia:
Andrew Garfield's rehearsal schedule and Broadway run in "Death of a Salesman" made him unavailable for the role of Anthony Perkins.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: While Hitch is in the middle of a chapter of "Psycho", Alma takes the book from him. He takes it back but continues reading from the beginning of another chapter.See more »
Quotes:
[first lines]
Henry Gein:It's lucky it didn't reach the house.
Ed Gein:Yeah.
Henry Gein:You know, there's gonna be a lot more jobs at that factory in Milwaukee come June. I could put in a word.
Ed Gein:You can't leave us, Henry. She needs us both.
Henry Gein:Can you stop being a mama's boy for one second? I'm not trying to hurt you, but Jesus, you gotta live your own life sometime. That woman can take care of her own god...
[Ed hits Henry with a shovel]
Alfred Hitchcock:Good evening. Well, brother has been killing brother since Cain and Abel, yet even I didn't see that coming. I was as blindsided as poor old Henry down there. And apparently, the authorities shared my naïveté. In other words, they believed the young man's story...
[...]
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12 out of 17 people found the following review useful.
Finding the intersection between romance, comedy and horror in a Hitchcock biopic, 9 February 2013
Author: napierslogs from Ontario, Canada

"Hitchcock" is a mix between a Hitchcockian thriller, a comedy, a biopic, and a romantic drama. And I'm pretty sure that explains the negative reactions to the film. I agree that it's a strange mix but it works with what they are going for. Wanting to focus on the marriage between Alma Reville and Alfred Hitchcock, a romantic biopic can be dry, so staying true to the spirit of the legendary director, the film throws in some wry humour and frames it all with the tone of a thriller.

It's 1950 and Alfred Hitchcock wants to make "Pyscho". Studios are wary, his wife is losing patience, and the battle to get it made could be worse than the subject matter. His long-time actress, Vera Miles (Jessica Biel), is being relegated to supporting status and isn't happy about the lack of respect from Hitchcock. Meanwhile, Hitchcock is ready to cast his new film and is going to turn Janet Leigh (Scarlett Johnasson) into a star. One would assume his wife would feel maligned from that, but she's off trying to forge her own career with screenwriter Whitfield Cook who Hitchcock thinks is a hack.

The film's main purpose appears to just be entertaining. Which is all good, but the rather poor reception is because it could have used some depth into the interesting inner-workings of Hitchcock. At times it comes off as a superficial caricature but the man was a legend because there was so much more to him. Anthony Hopkins appeared to be exactly like Hitchcock both physically and linguistically. He got his sly and comedic mannerisms and phrasing perfect. Which fits the entertaining and humorous frame for the picture.

Personally, I think director Sacha Gervasi used the right cues to make it feel like a Hitchcockian thriller. Throwing in references of his desire for the gruesome, throwing in references to "The Birds", and making us think there might be a wicked twist coming. The twist is just that "Hitchock" could be just a comedy — the material is ripe for that.

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