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"Double Take" is a tale of intrigue, personal paranoia and deception. Using archive footage, the film uses Hitchcock's own sardonic wit to explore his preoccupation with doubles -- a recurring theme in his films -- to virtuoso and entertaining effect.
Positioned against the backdrop of the Cold War and inspired by Jorge Luis Borges novella, "The Otherâ," best-selling British author Tom McCarthy writes a plot to mirror the political intrigue in which Hitchcock and his elusive double increasingly obsess over the perfect murder of each other.
Starring Ron Burrage, Mark Perry, Delfine Bafort
Directed by Johan Grimonprez
Running Time - 1:20
Genre - Drama
Opened in Theaters - Wednesday, June 2nd, 2010
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