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Hitchcock Pressbook  Perkins and Robertson
Thriller Magazine Italy / Article by Lucius Etruscus / Monday, January 7, 2013
Fifth date with the press kits of the highly anticipated new film about the making of "Psycho". The protagonists are, this time, Anthony Perkins and Peggy Robertson
Sacha Gervasi [the film's director Hitchcock ] has always felt that to cast Anthony Perkins, the slender, boyish-looking actor, whose career has remained indelibly associated to the character of Norman Bates in Psycho , would be a difficult task. But at some point, suddenly, came James D'Arcy . "D'Arcy is a friend of mine for years and I had forgotten that physically it would be perfect for Perkins. He was the one to present itself, and when it arrived, did a great audition, "says Gervasi.
The executive producer Ali Bell agrees: "He left us speechless during the hearing: he did a great job capturing the awkwardness Anthony Perkins, showing shades of his character that we had not even thought of."
D'Arcy, whose recent films include WE Edward and Wallis (2011), Cloud Atlas (2012) and The Philosophers (2013), explains that for Perkins Psycho was the expected gift for life. "I think it was the great turning point of Anthony Perkins' remarks. "The players lined up to work with Hitchcock. At the same time the studios were trying to transform Perkins in the new James Dean, a role but he kept them, because of his lanky appearance, naive and a bit 'clunky, devoid of the typical masculinity of Montgomery Clift and Brando, and I think this is the reason why all of us at the bottom we remember him mostly for Psycho was never really accepted by the American public, beyond Psycho . "
He adds: "Nowadays we are used to the idea that in a movie, the psychopathic killer is the person least obvious of the story, but when Psycho came out, see Anthony Perkins in this role was really shocking."
D'Arcy was also fascinated by the fact that we know little or nothing about the private life of Anthony Perkins. "Every character in this film has a secret side," he notes. "In this sense, it's all very 'Hitchcockian'!"
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