Rope   8/05/17
by Gideon58
Hitchcock also effectively uses his camera to tell the of my favorite scenes in the film is when Rupert is recounting what he thinks happened to David and instead of the camera being on Rupert, the camera is flowing all over the room, documenting what happened, and you just KNOW this is ...

Rope   3/15/17
by Citizen Rules
Based on the real life Leopold murder case...Two young intellectual college men decide to murder their classmate, who they consider to be inferior...just to prove that the perfect murder can indeed be committed.

Rope   11/05/11
by akatemple
Brandon has interesting views on murder thinking that the superior intellectual people should be able to commit murder as long as it was against an inferior person, Rupert shares their views on murder because he was the one who use to talk about his ideas with Brandon.

Rope   12/18/08
by TheUsualSuspect
This is the first time seeing Hitchcock's Rope and the first Hitchcock film in which I have seen in it's entirety.

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