During a thunderstorm, Mark hold Marnie while she’s scared. He gently kisses her numerous times
Lil passionately kisses Mark

A woman attacks a man after thinking he may be molesting her young daughter.
Marnie is dressed off by Mark. Only up from her neck is seen, no nudity indicated.
In one scene, Mark angrily pulls off Marnie’s dress. He then puts a robe on Marnie and starts to passionately kiss and caresses her. Mark then lowers an blank, motionless Marnie into their bed and the scene cuts away. The frightening atmosphere of the scene suggests that Mark tried to rape Marnie. There is no nudity.
Marnie’s mother was a prostitute. In a flashback scene, she is shown going into a bedroom with another man while a young girl waits outside.


Film review:Translated by www.rabudo-ru.com


Look forward to redemption syndrome, which is a one-sided name. I always have a slightly biased love for the film, and the young and tall Sean Connery always reminds me of Rhett in gone with the wind. They are equally rich, smart and handsome, and share a kind of unswerving and inclusive love for the hostess. At some times, they even give decisive guidance when the beautiful hostess is confused or weak like their little daughter. According to Freud, they can find the figure of their father in them, (hee hee, this kind of man is really easy to arouse the long-lasting lust of the majority of literary and artistic young women) when marrying Rhett, Kuang Kuang said in a woman, “I long to be well collected, carefully placed and properly preserved all my life, so as to avoid my surprise, pain, lack of branches to rely on and exile around me, but I know, I always know that he will never come.” Even if you know clearly that no supreme treasure in the world will step on colorful auspicious clouds to save you when you are haggard or trapped in the defects of your own character, maybe everyone still has a vague expectation that is difficult to tell. In this way, the pornographic thief looks like a romantic film again. Or that’s why someone praised Hitchcock for shooting murder like love and love like murder. Although he had no white wings and beautiful halo, Mr. mark landed like an angel beside Mani, who often fell into the abyss of uncontrollable panic and despair. He is full of redemption.

Hitchcock is a fat man who believes in Freud. In his films, we can often find all kinds of Freud’s psychoanalytic theories, including erotic thieves. There should be a lot of discussion about the relationship between mani and mark. What I want to say is the relationship between mani and her mother.

Many people attribute mani’s stealing behavior to a hobby formed due to psychological obstacles. In addition to this, Mani’s starting point should still be related to money. Mani has never had a father, and her mother must be forced to become a prostitute for her livelihood, which leads to the tragic events that affect mani’s life. Therefore, money must have a heavy weight in Mani’s life. She needs money to make her mother live well. In addition to her love for her mother, Mani should have an unspeakable dependence after the tragedy. She wants to get her mother’s praise or love, just like when she was a child.

But her mother’s feelings for mani are chaotic and complex. She is rigid and cold to her, far less than the little girl in other people’s house. In addition to causing irreversible damage to Mani, what happened in Mani’s childhood should also bring great psychological haze to her mother. On the one hand, she has deep love for Mani, on the other hand, she has hatred and resentment. There would be no murder that night without mani. Even if it wasn’t for raising Mani, she wouldn’t be reduced to a prostitute. Mani reminds her of her miserable past. This is why many emperors always kill those who have shared weal and woe with themselves after they ascend the throne. Because they always remind themselves of their disgraceful past, the means they have used and the people they have killed in order to get on this seat. Mani uses selective amnesia to avoid injury, while her mother uses indifference to mani and transfers love to ease her inner pain.

Hitchcock’s films always give me a special feeling, with a strong taste of metal. The story is steep, the plot twists and turns are almost sharp, and the logic seems tight, but the story is too square and too calm, which makes people always feel like something is separated and unpopular. You know it won’t happen in real life. Only when I came to Mani, I felt a little close. Maybe that’s one reason why I can’t help liking it.

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