Alfred Hitchcock's flair was for narrative, cruelly withholding crucial information (from his characters and from us) and engaging the emotions of the audience like no one else.
Flair is often used like this.
His flair for....is ....
But this case is a bit odd.
His flair was for narrative.
Is this a sophisticated sentence structure?
Or is it just literal like "his flair was his narrative."?
I have never seen sophisticated collocated with sentence, have you?
What I was asking is not that.
What I want to know is whether this sentence structure is sophisticated.