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In Shutter Island, Martin Scorsese's new thriller for Paramount Pictures, the Oscar-winning director demonstrates a film fan's love for Hitchkockian shots that yield chilling revelations. One exemplary shot follows Leonardo DiCaprio's character Teddy as he scrambles from a forbidding insane asylum towards a lighthouse on a rocky island shore...

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