THE MAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH
Monday, April 20
A Trylon Roadshow at the Riverview Theater
(1956, DCP, 120m) w/James Stewart, Doris Day. Hitchcock once said that the audience would have to know how to read music in order to appreciate the suspense in this film. Indeed, Bernard Herrmann’s score is pivotal to the nail-biting finale of this tale about a family of American tourists in Morocco who accidentally cross paths with international assassins.