Pictured above: Sir Alfred Hitccock, filling himself with childlike wonder as Lady Alma Hitchcock née Reville enjoys having some peace and quiet for once.
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Pictured above: Sir Alfred Hitchcock, American Gothicing the hell out of that dinner table as Lady Alma Hitchcock née Reville wonders about her place.
Pictured above: Sir Alfred Hitchcock, tricking the world into believing he doesn’t exist as Lady Alma Hitchcock née Reville thinks about stuff.
Pictured above: Sir Alfred Hitchcock, micromanaging the hell out of Lady Alma Hitchcock née Reville while pretending it’s for the greater good.
Pictured above: Sir Alfred Hitchcock, navigating a difficult relationship with self-image as Lady Alma Hitchcock née Reville has herself some lulz.
Pictured above: Lady Alma Hitchcock, née Reville, looking at him, looking at him and laughing.
Pictured above: Sir Alfred Hitchcock, planting a big one on his honey, Lady Alma Hitchcock née Reville.
Urban Dictionary defines mansplaining as such:
“to delighting in condescending, inaccurate explanations delivered with rock solid confidence of rightness and that slimy certainty that of course he is right, because he is the man in this conversation”
Personally, I’m not sure I buy any of the “Alfred Hitchcock: Rampant Chauvinist” theories - some paint him as a less than courteus character in regards to women (I guess we’ll hear more of this with the upcoming Tippi Hedren biopic, which I’m fairly curious to see in due time), others focus on his partnership with editor, writer and friend of the show Lady Alma Hitchcock née Reville, who Sir Alfred frequently consulted as far as moviemaking went.
Still, there’s no denying a huge amount of images portray him gesturing and pointing at stuff while in female company.
We don’t know whether Hitchcock actually indulged in some good ol’ mansplaining there, but it’s fun - for me - to imagine he was feeling compelled to enlighten the lady of the hour about some scenery, the ceiling, the distant future, how stuff works, and so on.
In case you can read Italian, I did a (serious) bit on the subject here.
thanks for watching
Pictured above: Sir Alfred Hitchcock, WHO LOVES YOU?, WHO LOVES YOU?.
Pictured above: Sir Alfred Hitchcock, mansplaining the Swiss Alps as Lady Alma Hitchcock née Reville gives a giant inward eyeroll.