Academy Award® Nominee
One of Hitchcock's great masterpieces. James Stewart plays a photographer whose leg injury forces him to stay home, with little to do but watch his neighbors. Life gets more interesting when he... View more >
mature themes, violence
Starring James Stewart, Grace Kelly, Thelma Ritter... View more >
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"Rear Window" is one of the best movies from director Alfred Hitchcock. Hitchcock is a brilliant director, he never done the same movie twice.
In "Rear Window," James Stewart stars as a photographer who was injured in a accident while on assignment. He laid at home watching events across the street, and he can understand the pain of those he laid his eyes on, until he witnessed the murder being comminted. Grace Kelly is the love intrest, and Raymond Burr is the would- be-killer.
"Rear Window" is a classic. The film was re-released on the big screen in 1984 and you can see it today if you got American Movie Classics. I do and I saw the film three times.
"Rear Window" is a must see if you admire the works of Alfred Hitchcock.
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