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Echoes #7

Two mysterious bird attacks: one by Jean Epstein in 1927 and one by Alfred Hitchcock in 1963.
Daniel Kasman
From Jean Epstein's La glace à trois faces (The Three-Sided Mirror, 1927), featuring René Ferté; cinematography by Marcel Eywinger:
From Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds (1963), featuring Tippi Hedren and Rod Taylor; cinematography by Robert Burks:
Part of our on-going series, Echoes. 

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