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Strangers on a Train

on Rebecca

by Faatimah A. Musa

2 days, 12 hours ago

In “Strangers on a Train,” criss crossing as visually represented with train tracks represents the “X” which symbolizes absence and can function as a symbol to mark the spot of treasure. The multiple ways to […]

"Strangers On A Train" by Alfred Hitchcock

on Steven Mejia

by Steven U. Mejia

2 days, 13 hours ago

After watching Alfred Hitchcock’s Strangers On a Train, I was able to notice a theme that is similar to a theme in Rope. In both films, Hitchcock demonstrates his view on queerness. In Rope, the two p […]

Strangers on a Train: the stark similarities of two seemingly different men

on Rabiya Ismail

by Rabiya R. Ismail

2 days, 14 hours ago

The narrative that Hitchcock's Strangers on a Train tells indicates that Bruno Antony and Guy Haines, the main characters, are the antithesis of each other. A closer look at the film and what it attempts to […]

Strangers on a Train

on Hitchcock, Ian Hackman

by Ian P. Hackman

2 days, 15 hours ago

Released in 1951, Strangers on a Train deals with the repercussions from the chance encounter between two men, Guy and Bruno. During the scene where Bruno strangles Miriam to death, Hitchcock deliberately cuts to […]

Strangers on a Train

on Brian Ross: English 80

by Brian E. Ross

2 days, 17 hours ago

Although Strangers on a Train at first seems to follow two men with similar perspectives on life, Guy Haines and Bruno Antony turn out to be two vastly different men with similar concerns. Both characters are […]