Rear Window (1-Aug-1954)|
Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Writer: John Michael Hayes
From short story: It Had to be Murder by Cornell Woolrich
Music Score by: Franz Waxman
Keywords: Mystery, Voyeurism, Murder Witness, New York
A Greenwich Village photographer confined to a wheelchair while healing a broken leg adopts as his hobby the parallel voyeurism of all thirty-some apartments across the way. He witnesses inexplicable behavior that makes him certain that there has been a murder, but has difficulty convincing others. Received Oscar nominations for Best Director, Best Screenplay, Best Cinematography and Best Sound Recording. Entered 1997 into the National Film Registry.
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