"it was economic, really"

Film For the September 1974 issue of Interview Magazine, Andy Warhol chatted with Alfred Hitchcock. The topic's inevitable, especially considering what was then recent history for the artist:
"Andy Warhol: Since you know all these cases, did you ever figure out why people really murder? It’s always bothered me. Why.

Alfred Hitchcock: Well I’ll tell you. Years ago, it was economic, really. Especially in England. First of all, divorce was very hard to get, and it cost a lot of money."
The link also includes example of Warhol trying to capture Hitch's iconic shape through drawing.

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