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Notorious review – Hitchcock's deliciously entertaining story of espionage
Ingrid Bergman is magnificent alongside Cary Grant in this brilliantly crafted, lethally elegant thriller

Peter Bradshaw

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Sexpionage! Why film-makers can't resist a honeytrap
From the Bond girls to Red Sparrow, seductive spies have been a movie staple – but the greatest Mata Hari was a Hitchcock heroine

Pamela Hutchinson

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Cinematic smackers: the most significant kisses in film history
From rapture in Casablanca to a Corleone death sentence, here are the movies’ key lip-locks ahead of international kissing day

Stephen Brown

12, Apr, 2019 @10:25 AM

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Cary Grant: how 100 acid trips in Tinseltown 'changed my life'
At the height of his fame, Cary Grant turned to LSD therapy for help. He later claimed the drug saved him, but did it also spell the end of his career?

Xan Brooks

12, May, 2017 @8:00 AM

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That's a rap: is hip-hop entering a new golden age of cinema?
With upcoming biopics on NWA, Ol’ Dirty Bastard and Raekwon, plus dramas such as Dope, Ben Westhoff says hip-hop-inspired films could soon rival the halcyon days of the 90s

Ben Westhoff

04, Feb, 2015 @4:10 PM

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My favourite Hitchcock film: Notorious by Frank Cottrell Boyce
The moral ambiguities of Hitchcock's tale of an attempt to trap a group of Nazi spies give this thriller its lasting power, writes Frank Cottrell Boyce

Frank Cottrell Boyce

16, Jun, 2012 @11:03 PM

Film review: Notorious

This is one of Hitchcock's subtlest, cruellest, most complex movies, a thriller charged with suspense and erotic tension yet devoid of on-screen violence

Philip French

18, Jan, 2009 @12:01 AM

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