1 Hitchcock: Chaos, Darkness, Unknown (Order and Disorder)

Some of Hitchcock’s movies exemplify the dialectical axiom that the only way to reach the underlying law (and social order) in the universe is through its exception (chaos and disorder).

H sees darkness as underlying or surrounding all human existence; it’s the chaos of the unknown, unorganized

A concept of A, P, Rossiter uses as discovery Shakespeare’s tragedies in “Angel With Horns.”

The unknownness of the universe. (R. Wood, 106)