Wednesday, September 27, 2006

Yet another 39 Steps

Staircases appear frequently in Hitchcock's films, from the beginning (or before the beginning, in his 1925 set design for The Blackguard) to the end (the final shots of Family Plot, 1976). The opening shot of the first Hitchcock-directed movie, The Pleasure Garden, also features a spiral staircase with chorus girls descending.

Following a gorgeous Norwegian girl with green suede boots up some flights of stairs in a cement factory, Sam Renseiw experienced an uncanny deja-vu, with a slight touch of Rimini-Protokoll. View the steep ascent by clicking here or shovel in above. (patafilm # 262, 01'52'', 8.4 MB, Quicktime/mov - Streaming Flash version for PC here)


Blogger Outi-Illuusia Parviainen said...

How the soundscape changes it! It becomes a mystic experience, like memories often do. The harshness drops off and the dirt turns into digital dust that gently tickles the eye.
I like memories, even if they weren't my own.

Thursday, September 28, 2006 11:21:00 pm  
Blogger Zoe Tati said...

- and I do belive that above the green suede boots, she wears the gym pans designed by Madonna for H&M this fall. brought to this location ? is to powerfull for my comprehension. what is that place ??

Friday, September 29, 2006 9:52:00 am  
Anonymous sam renseiw said...

well, it's the local cement factory in Vilnius. great location.

Friday, September 29, 2006 5:35:00 pm  

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