Tishman Auditorium at The New School (66 W. 12th St., Manhattan)
Marnie, Directed by Alfred Hitchcock, 1963.
Introduced by John Epperson, actor, writer, film historian, and creator of Lypsinka.
Tippi Hedren stars as a beautiful, but frigid, kleptomaniac with a secret past who is caught and tamed by industrialist-ethnologist-playboy Sean Connery in Hitchcock’s psychosexual masterpiece, considered by many to be the last of his great films. One of Hedren’s best lines in this film: “What do you mean ‘what will I do with myself?’ I had, of course, assumed that I would become a society hostess.”