Designing the Movies: Rear Window

Escape the summer heat with Alfred Hitchcock’s REAR WINDOW, the cool thriller that influenced movies about the ethics of surveillance like The Conversation and True Lies, and has elicited homages from the likes of Manhattan Murder Mystery and Disturbia to the sitcom Friends and pages of Vogue. Introduced by series host Nathalie Atkinson with a look at the movie's extensive single set—at the time, the most expensive Paramount had ever constructed, the themes of voyeurism, and Hitchcock’s psychological use of space and architecture.


Designing the Movies: Rear Window

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