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Psycho slashed: Alfred Hitchcock’s classic in 24 seconds, 60 seconds and 11seconds

by | 1st, July 2013

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DOUGLAS Gordon’s version of Psycho last 24 hours.  Alfred Hitchcock’s classic film also inspired  Chris Bors  to adapt the movie. He compacted the action into 24 seconds:

24 Second Psycho appropriates the entire Alfred Hitchcock moviePsycho and condenses it into twenty-four seconds. Tweaking the concept of artist Douglas Gordons 24 Hour Psycho, where Hitchcocks masterpiece was slowed-down to a crawl, here the process is reversed to accommodate society’s increasingly short attention span. Seeing Hitchcocks most lasting contribution to cinema flash before your eyes in a matter of seconds represents our new information age where culture is packaged for easy consumption at a breakneck pace.

But could the film be show faster? Yes. All hail Joe Frese’s   Sixty Second

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