One of Hitchcock's most famous films, NORTH BY NORTHWEST has everything--thrills, suspense, mystery, and black humor, as well as dark undertones of sexual exploitation and covert political machination. Roger Thornhill (Grant, in perennially spectacular form) is a successful advertising
executive in New York City who is lunching with some business associates at the Plaza Hotel's Oak Room when he answers the wrong page, one for a George Kaplan, and is mistaken for Kaplan. It becomes an identity which Thornhill cannot shake and one that drags him across the country
in the face of death with the pretty Eve Kendall (a rather wooden Saint) at his side. The great suspense...