Either way, it's a good movie, it is worth to be seen and appreciated, and that will please a lot to most suspense fans or thrillers. Can you imagine her tramping around the world with a camera bum who never has more than a week's salary in the bank? Thus, Jeff was fully aware of the troubles people might have encountered in their everyday life. He comes much closer to being killed than she does, and indeed is the one punished, with the breaking of his second leg. Simsolo, Noel, Alfred Hitchcock , Paris, 1969. First, the framing of the film was excellent. We can only see what Stewart sees. I loved the ending, to me it was just one more good laugh with L.
The vantage point is important due to the fact that it sets the stage for gaze of the movie as a male gaze. Alfred Hitchcock, it seems, is responsible for creating several of the most enduring and amazing of them all. Upon first hearing the premise, that the entire movie takes place from one man's room, you might be hesitant. At one point in the story, Jeff's friend convinces him that there was no murder, and Jeff is disappointed, not because someone wasn't dead but because he could no longer indulge into his fantasy that someone was. The performances are in keeping. Jeff: Let's stop talking nonsense, shall we, hmm? The pacing and the story kept me on the edge of my seat for the whole run time.
Thrilling flick with funny moments , nice acting , adequate settings and funny dialogue. Even then, we're forced to ask if Jeffries has it all wrong. A physicist discovers killing a man isn't as easy as it might seem, wrestling with his victim right up until the violent end. The ability to see without being seen has a spellbinding effect. The main reason for that is the fact that the author of the film allows the audience to become the observers of the acts committed by different people.
His nude chest is embarrassing to look at the only thing more embarrassing is when he locks lips with Grace Kelly. If Empire had a rating higher than five stars, this is one of very few movies that would earn it. Thelma Ritter's practicality includes a rant about the destructive effect of intelligence. Stella, a voice of earthy common sense, insists that there must be something wrong with Jeffries to reject the attention of someone like Lisa. A mind that quickly got bored. Beauty and talent, what a great combination and she had it.
Thorwald as he assaulted him in his own apartment. This elegant scene takes a few seconds and speaks volumes with little dialogue. What is novel is why this works -- the set and entire story were composed backwards. Un-nominated for her erotically-charged performance in this film as a rich society woman, the glowingly-beautiful Grace Kelly won the Best Actress Oscar in the same year for her deglamourized role in The Country Girl 1954. The film is known to possess suspense as well as a humor and specific look at the relationships.
Jefferies shares the stories he observes with his girlfriend, Lisa, played by Grace Kelly. The narratives very rarely overlap; the neighbors seldom interact with each other. One such enduring classic is Rear Window, released in 1954. The movie manages to subtly build suspense as the movie progresses, resulting in a thrilling conclusion. Some of the world's happiest marriages have, uh, started under the gun, as you might say. Whole college courses have centered around Rear Window, Alfred Hitchcock's fiendish, compact, and sometimes lighthearted film.
Bellour, Raymond, L'Analyse du film , Paris, 1979. The groom seeks a break from his exhaustive marital duties, etc. I know I am not the only one to feel this way. The purpose of it is sensation, and that it generally provides in the colorfulness of its detail and in the flood of menace toward the end. A guy laid up in bed, believes he witnesses a murder from his bedroom window, and goes about proving it. And his rear-window observations range from two sun-bathing girls on a roof to the unseen but grimly indicated death of the salesman's wife. Hitchcock had an unusually large set constructed to represent the interior courtyard of a New York City apartment complex in a lower middle-class neighborhood.
It is, after all, one of the talked about films in certain circles. We never see close-ups of the characters. After viewing 'Rear Window' again, I've come to realize that Alfred Hitchcock was not only a great moviemaker but also a great moviewatcher. You're pleading: 'Judge, it was only a little bit of innocent fun. The array of characters visible to the peeping Jeffries exteriorize the tensions and dynamics of his sexual fantasies. In fact, he could barely protect himself from Mr. The above comment raises some really interesting points about gender role stereotypes.
Alfred Hitchcock is considered by most to be the master of suspense. Jefferies spends his days looking out of. But this film is more purely conceived for the camera. So far I've sat through the 39 steps, North by northwest, Rear window and Psycho and so far only the latter has really entertained me. He takes the notion of narrative perspective and exaggerates it by creating an invalid character without the ability to leave his apartment. Perhaps the most entertaining of all of Hitchcock's films.