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Rear Window

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After breaking his leg during photographing a race accident, the thing that forces him to stay at home, where he begins to watch his neighbors from his rare window, but incidents come to climax when he suspects that one of the neighbors murders his wife, so he begins to investigate on the case by the help of his nurse.
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a taut and (verbally) jaunty thriller
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Hitchcock masterpiece stars peeping Jimmy Stewart.
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Of all Hitchcock's films, this is the one which most reveals the man.
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...the film surely remains one of the most memorable and downright essential examples of the slow-burn thriller genre.
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The deliciousness of watching the film as it's intended to be seen is that the big screen gives Rear Window back its claustrophobia.
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Beneath pointed dialogue, perceptive character development and tense plot twists, the movie plays like a breakpoint in our journey towards complete voyeurism.
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It's one of Alfred Hitchcock's inspired audience-participation films: watching it, you feel titillated, horrified, and, ultimately, purged.
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In this brilliant movie 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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Don't resist the urge -- steal a peek at it now, and be reminded why Hitchcock is still without equal in the clammy thrills department.
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Restored to its original Technicolor grandeur!
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