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I chose the movie the Psycho for my experimental film and overall I thought it was a good movie. There were a lot of good things about this movie which made it good. The cinematography as a whole lacked I thought but where it lacked the story made up for it. The movie starts out where a woman steals four hundred thousand dollars for her work and decides to take off and go on the run. After driving through the night she decides to stop at a motel where she is later murdered by a crazed woman. After her disappearance her family hires a private investigator which also ends up murdered, by the same woman. Her sister and her boyfriend decide to go look for her where they run into some trouble. The man who runs the motel in the end is revealed as the murderer which was a complete and total shock to me. The story is what really made this movie because there were a few things i didn't understand. For example, when the people were being murdered they had flashes of weird images that really didn't make sense. Another example is the settings, the setting never really varied, it was either on the road or at the motel the majority of the movie, which I thought dampered the quality of the movie as a whole because i got kind of bored with the same old settings. The use of different camera angles or lighting really played no effect, I believe that the story is what made this a good movie.