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How did Hitchcock create fear and tension in the original audiences of Psycho before they entered the cinema and whilst they were watching the film?
In the late 1950s, early 1960s people could enter the cinema at any time they wished. People were also able to move seats throughout the film and talked for the whole duration of the film. This was a bad atmosphere for watching films as not everyone was concentrating on the film. Psycho changed this and the way that films were shown for ever. Hitchcock had to work within the environment to create a new cinema experience; he changed things that he thought needed changing. He had to create a simple plot that would not need the audience's full attention, by having a strong contrast between th…
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