“Hitchcock’s supreme and most mysterious piece (as cinema and as an emblem of the art). Paranoia and obsession have never looked better.”
— Marco Müller
Win a Vertigo goody bag in this dizzyingly generous competition. Contents include:
- A pair of tickets to one of BFI Southbank’s screenings of Vertigo (13-26 July) — winner of last year’s Sight & Sound 50 Greatest Films of All Time. Hitchcock’s heady blend of psychological suspense, crime mystery and cruel romance, back on the big screen.
- A copy of the Saul Bass original poster for the film courtesy of our friends at Park Circus. Bass’s Vertigo designs are so firmly associated with the film and with its director Alfred Hitchcock that it comes as a surprise to realize that Vertigo was the only poster that Bass designed for the director.
- A copy of Vertigo: BFI Film Classics — one of the BFI Film Classics today available from the BFI Store. Charles Barr argues that Hitchcock’s masterpiece is a triumph not so much of individual authorship as of creative collaboration.
To win answer this question:
Which one of these is the odd one out?
- Kim Novak
- Grace Kelly
- Veronica Lake
Email answers to firstname.lastname@example.org with VERTIGO in the subject header by 21 July.