o/t: Dial B for Brexit: how Hitchcock would explain Britain’s current politics

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The European council’s Donald Tusk likened Brexit and the snap election to a Hitchcock film. Here’s how the director might have plotted a Theresa May movie
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Peter Bradshaw

Wednesday 19 April 2017 15.10 BST

The president of the European council, Donald Tusk, says that, what with the Brexit shock and Theresa May’s snap election, our political events have been directed by Alfred Hitchcock – cheekily quoting the celebrated director’s maxim that a good film should start with an earthquake and then get the tension to rise relentlessly.

Earthquake plus tension? This feels more like . . .

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2 thoughts on “o/t: Dial B for Brexit: how Hitchcock would explain Britain’s current politics

  1. So bored with voting! Especially since I can’t think of anyone I want to vote for… maybe Screaming Lord Sutch would be kind enough to return from beyond the grave and stand in my constituency…

    • You are very lucky to have the opportunity to vote against Brexit. Even if it’s no more than a symbolic gesture, it’s better than being stuck here powerlessly as one’s life is sent down the tubes.

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