Good evening. If a director is going to tell a story that will interest the audience, it’s good to have structure. Oh, structure to the plot is good, too, of course. But we’re talking about actual structures. To be more precise, buildings, statues, and monuments. Important ones, impressive ones. Did these monuments, each of which appeared in a Hitchcock film, make an impression on you? Find out by taking this little quiz.
Good luck, Mr. Thornhill, wherever you are…Take the Quiz!
(*The quiz title was inspired by Alfred Hitchcock’s North By Northwest: “Something wrong with your eyes?” “Yes”, says the sunglass-clad Roger O. Thornhill (Cary Grant), “They’re sensitive to questions”. As Roger and Eve attempt to escape from Vandamm’s clutches, Roger suddenly realizes where the two of them are: “This is no good, we’re on top of the monument!”)