The enemy of blondes.
Imperturbable, cynical, misogynist, sexist, repressed, ambiguous and brilliant. All that and much more was Alfred Hitchcock.
Abraham Menéndez, aka Abe The Ape, pays a heartfelt and personal tribute to the man who knew how to capture in images disturbing concepts such as necrophilia, fetishism and sexual repression through noir films that are an indispensable part of the history of cinema.
This controversial and disturbing legend of the big screen was a unique character who achieved planetary success and became the first star director. This book traces his filmography, his fetish actresses and his influences through elegant, ironic illustrations full of ‘vintage’ influences.
A personal illustrated tribute to a mythical director.