This past week I watched a film titled People on Sunday. No, you’ve probably never heard of it. For one, it’s 83 years old. Secondly, it was produced in Germany (actual title: Menschen am Sonntag) outside of the studio system. Thirdly, it has no stars in it – not even German ones.
If you watched the Grammy Awards earlier this month, you’d have seen that the song “Somebody That I Used to Know” won the prestigious Record of the Year award.
You know those lists that often appear this time of year that say this person is “in,” while that person is “out”? Well, I’m not sure who’s “out,” but I can tell you that Alfred Hitchcock is “in.” That’s right, Alfred Hitchcock, the long-deceased British director who relocated to Hollywood in 1940 and became the