Experimental synth musician redblueblacksilver presents a live cine-mix to Hitchcock’s THE LODGER (1927), Furstwurld Gallery
redblueblacksilver (Desert Oracle Radio) takes you through Alfred Hitchcock's murderous landscape of Jack-the-Ripper-era London with a live period-accurate soundtrack composed of British neoclassical melodies and traditional and electronic sounds from the 1920s.
THE LODGER: A Story of the London Fog (1927) is an early Hitchcock silent and the first film the director considered to be "A True Hitchcock Picture." Suspense, voyeurism, sexuality and a masterful combination of cinematic tools run rampant; see if you can find Hitchcock within the first three minutes but don't look for a MacGuffin - the term had not yet been invented. Blu-ray print from the meticulous 2012 BFI restoration.