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Rear Window
Genre: Crime / Mystery / Romance / Thriller
Director(s): Alfred Hitchcock
Release Date: 01 January 1954
Movie rating: 8.5
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What is the movie Rear Window about?
They say that many younger people who are into watching movies on a regular basis are often surprised to see an older movie with very high ratings. That is the case with Rear Window. This movie was released in 1954 and it is definitely one of the important masterpieces of Hollywood. Directed by Alfred Hitchcock it is yet one of his great ones, including Psycho and The Birds. In this horror you get to see James Stewart, Grace Kelly, Wendell Corey, Thelma Ritter, Raymond Burr and many other great actors of that time. The story follows a professional photograph L.B. Jeff Jeffries who is a prisoner of sorts in his apartment. Most of the time he is just observing the people around him, mostly his neighbors and that is what you will see in the beginning of the movie. That includes a married couple, a middle-aged woman, and a ballerina. She is very beautiful and it is not difficult for her to attract men no matter what she is doing. One neighbor especially intrigues him, Lars Thorwald. He is a salesman who travels all over the country and he has an invalid wife who is spending her life in bed. One night, she disappears and Lars goes out several nights in a row while it's raining. That makes Jeff wonder what is going on...
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Violante Santala @ 10-Jul-2014 14:45 Report a spam

In the hands of a lesser talent, this might have become a self-conscious stunt, but in Hitchcock's it has the tightly wound perfection of a flawless sonnet or sonata.

Richárd Larsson @ 10-Jul-2014 14:36 Report a spam

In this brilliant film about watching the neighbors, Alfred Hitchcock turns the lens on his audience. "We have become a race of Peeping Toms," notes one character not only commenting on Jeff's obsessive voyeurism but also that of the cinematic spectator.

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