Vertigo: "freedom and power":
Elster & Scottie - & Hitchcock?

Gavin Elster: "The things that spell San Francisco to me are disappearing fast. . . . I should have liked to live here then. Color, excitement, power, freedom. . . ."

Pop Liebel: "The beautiful Carlotta, the sad Carlotta. . . . A rich man, a powerful man. It is not an unusual story. He took her. . . . Then he threw her away. . . . You know, men could do that in those days. They had the power and the freedom."

"I need you to be Madeleine for a while, then when it's over we'll both be free."

"And then what did he do? Did he train you? Did he rehearse you? Did he tell you exactly what to do, what to say? You were a very apt pupil too, weren't you? You were a very apt pupil. . . ."

Scottie: He made you over, didn't he? He made you over just like I made you over, only better. . . . Not only the clothes and the hair, but the looks and the manner and the words. . . . Oh Judy, with all of his wife's money and all that freedom and power, he ditched you. What a shame. He knew he was safe. . . . I loved you so, Madeleine.
Judy: I walked into danger and let you change me because I loved you. . . .
Scottie: Too late. It's too late, there's no bringing her back.