Directed by Alfred Hitchcock
(USA, 1954, 35mm)
In this Hitchcock classic, a photographer (Jimmy Stewart) in a wheelchair spies on neighbors from his apartment window. Despite the skepticism of his fashion-model girlfriend (Grace Kelly), he becomes convinced he has witnessed a murder. The Rear Window cast also includes Raymond Burr, and Thelma Ritter in one of her most memorable roles.
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