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Editor: Silvia Vecchione

“A single crash of cymbals and how it rocked the lives of an American family”: this is how The Man Who Knew Too Much – the masterpiece directed by Alfred Hitchcock and released back in 1956 – begins. Even without the drama, it’s easy to figure out why Marrakech – also called the Red City of Morocco after the sandstone used throughout its walls – may be a serious life-changer.