Alfred Hitchcock and Sergei Parajanov had a conversation imagined by Vartanov’s son.
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A conversation between Hitchcock and Parajanov as imagined by Vartanov’s son (Boy with a Movie Camera)
Parajanov: Can you see me?
Parajanov: What’s your name?
Hitchcock: Master of suspense. And yours?
Parajanov: Suspended master.
Hitchcock: What do you do?
Parajanov: I make movies, when they let me.
Hitchcock: Really? Me too! I made Shadow of a Doubt.
Parajanov: I made Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors and then they suspended me. How many films have you made?
Hitchcock: I lost count, 50 maybe. I have a great agent at MCA.
Parajanov: Mine’s at KGB.