Alfred Hitchcock (Hopkins) is in a quandary: he’s bet his house on Psycho, Hollywood is appalled, and he’s started hearing voices in his head. Most worryingly, tiring of her lack of credit, his wife and creative crutch Alma Reville (Mirren) is looking to go her own way.
Hitchcock for dummies: brisk, jolly, well-played but oversimplified.
Reviewed by Ian Nathan
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