The quality of this Youtube upload is pristine! And agreed on all points, it's a super stylish production and the storyline kept me intrigued. I'm not usually a Gene Tierney fan maybe because I haven't watched many of her movies. The score also stood out for me. Surprised that I've never heard of it until now. If you have more recommendations, let us know! Re Hitchcock, rewatched North by Northwest recently and it once again left me in awe. Everything is just perfect. Cary Grant and how he casually crosses his legs in EVERY sitting scene whether he's lounging, making a call, or in his underwear. And those sunglasses are stunning, my God! I normally stop watching when it comes to the Mount Rushmore scene because of my fear of height, so don't ever ask me how it ends, lol. Haven't ever watched Vertigo in full for the same reason, I mean that opening scene where the guy slips from the roof and James dangling is just too graphic??? Rope is another of his chic colour movies. It's very much like a play, but the colours are rich and I particularly liked the homoerotic tension between the Dall and Granger (who were both gay IRL) and that haunting final speech! It's probably one of the best acted classic movies imo. From his earlier works, I like Rebecca and Suspicion, obviously. But Shadow of Doubt is such a great story above all else. It opens with a really saccharine and picture-perfect view of an American family almost like a John Waters parody and the kids are too cure, but it all made me very tense and mildly sad because I know sh!t would go south pretty soon. Because, sigh, it's a noir.