Alfred Hitchcock Movies Rebecca and Marnie

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In the movie "Rebecca", the story is centered on the two Mrs, De Winters, the dead Rebecca and the present Mrs. De Winters. The two wives have such contrasting personalities. Rebecca was portrayed as a woman with such a dominant character that her strong memories reached beyond the grave…

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They included her former employer, a very demanding woman and her husband Maxim, sophisticated, suave and with varying temperaments. The poor girl, suffered in being constantly compared to the deceased Rebecca. She was most especially tormented by Mrs. Danvers, the family housekeeper who was very fond of Rebecca. Her loyalty is something weird because her actions assumed that Rebecca would be coming back from the dead. Mrs. Danvers was manipulative and made the young Mrs. De Winters so insecure which nearly drove the latter to suicide in her struggle to unravel the mystery of Rebecca. In the end, she realized that it was only Mrs. Danvers, the loyal housekeeper who wished her ill. A freak boating accident opened the mysteries of Rebeccas's death and eventually the truth came out. The young wife realized the extent of her husbands miseries because of Rebecca and discovered that she was truly loved by maxim. The knowledge gave her the strenth to take charge of her life. She blossomed from a meek and insecure girl to a mature and confident young woman. The transformation was brought about by the love and passion that she shared with her husband and their hope for a happier future together sans the haunting shadow of Rebecca. In end the good wins over the evil.
The movie "Marnie" is of the same genre as that of the movie "Rebecca". ...
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