Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Hitchcock's 'Vertigo' takes the Kane in the new 'Sight and Sound' Poll.

Carlotta Valdes
It's official. Vertigo  is the greatest film of all time. I have no problem with that, since I also consider it the greatest of all time. (Expect a 'Masterpieces Classics' review). Citizen Kane, the 5-time champion has fallen.

The true winner, actually, would be Ozu's Tokyo Story. Rising to #3, dethroning the slightly overrated The Rules of the Game, TS's true victory was in the director's poll, where it took the top spot. Vertigo was at #7.

Top 50 films are here.

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