Torn Curtain: Copenhagen & East Germany*

Torn Curtain: Copenhagen & East Germany | Sycamore How did I not know that Alfred Hitchcock had made a film starring Paul Newman and Julie Andrews, and set in some beautiful European locations? Kirk and I recently watched this little gem, and we loved it. Much of the film takes place in beautiful Copenhagen. It brought back a lot of great memories from when Kirk and I camped there several years ago. (Yes, we camped in the city! Can you imagine doing that in New York? Not me.)

Torn Curtain: Copenhagen & East Germany | Sycamore

Why don't we still dress up for plane flights? Everyone used to look so dashing. Another part of the film is set in East Germany (Berlin and Leipzig). Luckily things don't look quite so grim in those cities these days. At least I know they don't in Berlin.

Torn Curtain: Copenhagen & East Germany | Sycamore

Hitchcock's color films are always such a treat to watch. I really feel like a kid in a candy shop when it comes to looking at all the gorgeous sets and costumes. Oh, and the suspense is pretty great, too. :)