"Sabotage" is based on a short story by Joseph Conrad. The film is very raw and very early Hitchcock and he breaks several of his own film making rules. Even though the film is raw, it is also very sophisticated and Hitchcock's signature is all over it. It is admittedly not one of my favorite films of his, but that doesn't mean it's not enjoyable or interesting. It is a thriller and has compelling characters and typically Hitchcockian moral ambiguity throughout. throughout.in hopes to gain a greater understanding of the overall film.
These questions come from a film teacher and are written from the perspective of aspiring film students and film makers. I found these questions difficult to answer, but I still think they make for an interesting read.
if you have not seen the film, or need to refresh your memory, I advise you to see it by clicking the link below, as the following will contain spoilers.