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That's exactly the language that Hitchcock has developed and perfected over the years. For actors, he wants them to act in the most natural way, essentially preventing them from acting. Tell them to relax or to naturally waste their interest; It only made them more confused and defensive. Instead, just as his father had made him feel frightened in a police station, he made them feel the emotions of the film: bewilderment, loneliness, loss of confidence. (Of course he didn't lose the handcuff key somewhere in The 39 Steps, as Donat later found out; pretending to lose is a strategy.) Godzilla co bath soap wash your hands poster. Instead of motivating actors with cranky, outsider words and being ignored, Hitchcock turns these feelings into part of their inner experience - and this is instantly informed. instant on screen. The same goes for the audience, Hitchcock never preached a message. He only used the visual power of the film to bring them back to childhood when the images and symbols had a great impact.