1 Hitchcock: Mise-en Scene


H worked on redefining and redesigning the perceptual space of the film text, as well as that of  the viewer.

H turned mise-en-scene into fearful place of uncertain sight, whether fragile

The security of the bourgeois space and perception of it was deliberately disrupted and disabled.

Hitchcock, like Ford, but unlike Welles, managed to strive within the studio system