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It also typecast Anthony Perkins, so effective in his role as Norman Bates that it became difficult for fans to accept him as any other character. Perkins knew his character better than anyone, reprising the role for all four Psycho films, and only when he approved of the script.
Centered around Norman Bates and his oppressive relationship with his mother while running the infamous, isolated motel, this psychological horror film series goes in very interesting directions. Though horror is filled with twisted relationships between parents and their children, none is as iconic as the one between Norman and his mother.
Hitchcock suggested casting Anthony Perkins, however, altering the character in profound ways that would shape the psychological horror film, and the screenplay was written by Joseph Stefano.
The original film was groundbreaking in so many ways; the sexuality of Marion Crane was trailblazing for its time, as was the shocking twist to off its main character not long into the run time. The shower scene stabbing of Marion Crane is the most singular iconic moment of the franchise, one that would be played back in flashbacks for the next two installments, and embedded itself in collective pop culture memory.
So seemingly earnest, up until the reveal, that he draws a lot of sympathy from viewers. The isolated setting alone, combined with the domineering Mother persona parcels out just why nice-guy Norman would repress the death of his mother and carve out a space in his mind for her to exist as an alternate personality.
Perkins originally turned down the offer to reprise his role, but when he read the script he changed his mind. Norman once again resumes residence in the old house behind the motel, and takes a job working at the nearby diner.
There he meets co-worker Emma Spool and young diner Mary Samuels Meg Tilly , a pretty girl in need of a place to stay after her boyfriend threw her out. Norman is well adjusted, until he begins to receive notes from Mother at home and at work. Psycho II cleverly takes what audiences know about Norman Bates and uses it to create its mystery. Is Bates losing his mind again? Or is there someone framing him? Anthony Perkins not only returned to reprise the role of Norman, but this sequel also marked his directorial debut.
This sequel plays out more like a traditional slasher than the previous films, even the gore is more prominent with brutal throat slashings. The psychological element only comes into play with Maureen Coyle Diana Scarwid , a former nun on the run after a Vertigo-inspired opening sequence death.
Maureen shares a lot in common with Marion Crane, in both initials and looks. The psychological element then becomes a question of whether the budding romance between Maureen and Norman will save him from Mother. As the film climax builds to a fight between Norman and Mother, an internal good versus evil, Pogue dives deeper into the mythology introduced at the end of Psycho II. With Psycho III a commercial and critical failure, this film marked the first to shift from theatrical release to made-for-television.
However, Mick Garris Critters 2: The Main Course , The Stand was brought in to direct and original Psycho screenwriter Joseph Stefano was brought back to write this sequel. This sequel follows a rehabilitated Norman Bates now married to a psychiatrist and newly expecting. Norman is terrified that his child will inherit his mental illness and feels pressured to close the loop by resorting to old ways.
Their isolated living brings about incestuous undertones, which leads to horrific punishments inflicted on poor Norman by his mother. Equal parts horrific and sympathetic, Norman Bates is a horror lead unlike any other, his innocence constantly at war with his possessive, rage-filled mother. It says a lot about the maternal connection between mother and son that we wrap our heads around Mother without ever having met her until the fourth film, that is.
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Since there is no surviving film footage of Reville, Mirren said she had little to go on in researching the physical presence of her character. She was the only one who could control him — this fierce, energetic, amazing little woman. And I couldn't do that because I'm not little. I couldn't even attempt to go there, so I had to try and get it in another way.
The Woman Behind the Man. The British actress said she also was touched by Reville's determined willingness to remain in the considerable shadow of her imperious husband.
I had a freedom with Alma to not attempt any kind of interpretation and to just let her be who she is in the story. While Alma Reville again plays a supporting role in this breezy biopic, Mirren said she's pleased with the depiction of the couple's relationship.
They were amazing partners in life, and I think they could teach us all something about how to make a successful marriage. On film, the other half of that marriage partnership is played in a juicy performance by Sir Anthony Hopkins, virtually buried beneath layers of latex padding and makeup.
At the end of the day he would just rip it off, because he was so sick of it. But I hated that because I'd come to believe him as Hitchcock.
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