Rear Window (1954)

PG   |    |  Mystery, Thriller


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A wheelchair-bound photographer spies on his neighbors from his apartment window and becomes convinced one of them has committed murder.


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15 April 2018 | yocarlosvarelapr
10
| Rear Window is 64
I must say, no signs of aging. Embedded in its day and yet totally relevant. Perhaps the most entertaining of all of Hitchcock's films. Marriage is the theme and murder is the hook. James Stewart is as perfect as he's ever been. He uses the contradictions of his character to create someone immediately familiar. Thelma Ritter's practicality includes a rant about the destructive effect of intelligence. Grace Kelly enters the scene like a character in a dream. She remains a sort of dream that's why to see her climb the killer's balcony is one of my most cherished film memories. If you haven't seen the film you may think I'm rambling but if you have, you know exactly what I mean, don't you?

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