Tuesday, January 28, 2014

When Vladimir Nabokov and Alfred Hitchcock Traded Ideas

(from flavorwire.com
by Jason Diamond)

“Many thanks for your letter. I find both your ideas very interesting. The first would present many difficulties for me because I do not know enough about American security matters and methods, or how the several intelligence bureaus work, separately and together.”

At the American Reader, Vladimir Nabokov shares some screenplay ideas with Alfred Hitchcock, and we’re left to wonder what an actual collaboration between the two might have looked like.