By Debbie Olson
Youngsters and early life practice either innocence and knowingness inside of Hitchcock's complicated cinematic texts. even though the kid usually performs a small half, their value - symbolically, theoretically, and philosophically - bargains a distinct chance to light up and interrogate the kid presence in the cinematic complexity of Hitchcock's movies.
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Though she knows of her uncle’s true identity, she chooses to let the secret stay with her, revealing only to Detective Jack Graham (whose suspicions are confirmed) that she did in fact have some information about Charlie. Graham, too, agrees to keep the information suppressed. In so doing, she admonishes her uncle’s attitude that the world is a “foul sty” and instead allows him to be eulogized as part of A n x i et y o f L o s t I n n o c en c e 35 the community despite being the very force that would tear it apart.
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But this would be to divorce the film from its conditions of production and reception: contemporary audiences would almost certainly have required an explanation of sufficient plausibility (while remaining concise and easily digestible) to make sense of the film. And in the case of Marnie, I think it is more likely that Hitchcock was attempting to invoke the respectability and intellectual legitimacy of psychoanalysis as a means of asserting its high-mindedness. 30 It was fashionable, at the time, to draw on Freudian psychoanalytical theory in popular films.
Children in the Films of Alfred Hitchcock by Debbie Olson