This is a flawless film made by Alfred Hitchcock. The trademark camera-work of Hitchcock, namely the use of camera movement that mimics a person's gaze, forcing viewers to engage in a form of voyeurism, is used again and again in the film, and really gives the audience an authentic feeling.
The sound editing and the visual effects are perfect, in the sense that the birds attack looks utterly real. Tippi Hedren delivers an impeccable performance on her screen debut. The direction is just amazing in terms of slow build-up and suspense creation.
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