Rebecca is the first Hollywood film from Alfred Hitchcock and received the Academy Award for Best Picture in 1941. A timeless tale of a woman who marries a widower and fears that she will never live up to the deceased wife. With excellently played rolls and a story that never seems wrong this film is a true classic.
Released on the 1940-04-12
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Accident, Age Difference, Beach, Blackmail, Boat, Boathouse, Bride, Broken Relationship, Burn, Cancer, Castle, Cliff, Corpse, Costume Party, Cousin, Cruelty, Disease, Doctor, Dog, Dress, Drowning, Elevator, Employee, England, Family Secrets, Fear, Fire, Freedom, Ghost, Hotel, Housekeeper, Incendiary, Infidelity, Insanity, Intrigue, Lake, Lesbian, Love Triangle, Man-Woman-Relationship, Maniac, Mansion, Mentally Disabled, Mirror, Monte Carlo, Murder of Wife, Narcism, Necrophilia, Nightmare, Painting, Psychology, Rain, Sadism, Sailboat, Sea, Secret, Sense of Guilt, Servant, Smoking, Staircase, Suicide, Suspicion of Murder, Tennis, Widowed, Widower, Woman, Women's Friendship, possession
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