Why Hitchcock's Vertigo has been voted greatest film

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Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo has been voted the greatest film of all time in Sight & Sound magazine's prestigious once in a decade international poll.

The BBC's Will Gompertz spoke to the magazine's editor, Nick James, about the film and why it has bumped Citizen Kane off top spot.

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