Pyscho: How the Details in the Movie Affect Production Code

Psycho, by Alfred Hitchcock, is a 1960 horror film that narrates the story of an fraudster who is staying in a motel that is owned and run by a serial killer. The movie is influential in the history of film-making in America because it broke out from the production code and censorship rules of the 1960s, and as a result altered how horror movies were produced, as well as how they were perceived by moviegoers.

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