SIGHT & SOUND ENHANCE CLASSICAL STORY
The best Stylist Directors use all of the Elements of Film to Create and Transcend Movies and present an Elevated Multi-Faceted Entertainment.
This is an example. Taking the Classical Story, Coming of Age Rage and Muting it with Serene Scenes with Limited Dialog Enhanced by a Poetic Visual Maximum.
Hitchcock's “Shadow of a Doubt” (1943) is the Homage with a Dash of a Physical, Emotional, and Chilling representation of Norman Bates and then there's the Suspense You can Cut with a Knife, or in this case any convenient Weapon lying around. At work here is a Belt, Rock, Rifle, Gardening Shears, and more.
It is a Subtle, Quiet, Violent, Psycho-Sexual Story. The Soundtrack, both Musically…