Marnie 1964

Critics score:
82 / 100

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Keith Phipps, AV Club: Considered a misfire at the time, it now looks like late-period Hitchcock at his most Hitchcockian. Read more

Dave Kehr, Chicago Reader: Universally despised on its first release, Marnie remains one of Alfred Hitchcock's greatest and darkest achievements. Read more

Richard Brody, New Yorker: Psychologically resonant, visually transcendent ... Read more

Eugene Archer, New York Times: At once a fascinating study of a sexual relationship and the master's most disappointing film in years. Read more

Geoff Andrew, Time Out: It's still thrilling to watch, lush, cool and oddly moving. Read more

Variety Staff, Variety: Marnie is the character study of a thief and a liar, but what makes her tick remains clouded even after a climax reckoned to be shocking but somewhat missing its point. Read more

Melissa Anderson, Village Voice: Read more