Eyes in Hitchcock, 1
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The eye is the window to the soul. Eyes are also the instruments of voyeurism and the gaze. Eyes are also crucial in the reaction-shot sequence, a form of point of view shooting characteristic of Hitchcock: we see a character looking, then what the character is seeing, then the character's reaction.

Dream images: eyes in Salvador Dali's designs for Spellbound.
The dead eye
Psycho
Frenzy
Psycho
The Birds
The stare
Vertigo
The Birds
The Wrong Man
Marnie
Blackmail

Unseeing national icons

North by Northwest
Saboteur

Killer & victim
Frenzy

Stage Fright

Strangers on a Train

Eyes that Reveal or Hide

North by Northwest
Vertigo

Sabotage

Psycho