Movie starts at 1:30. Meet at 1:15 outside the downstairs auditorium if you like.
Often cited as one of Hitchcock’s finest films, Rear Window may also be his most fully realized and psychologically intriguing. A photographer (James Stewart), confined to his Greenwich Village apartment with a broken leg, uses his telephoto lens to spy on the lives of his many neighbors. This meditation on voyeurism turns deadly when the snoop uncovers evidence of a murder. Grace Kelly makes her first appearance in a Hitchcock movie.
Not Rated: 112 minutes (1954)
Post-screening conversation led by Psychoanalyst Bonnie Buchele and Melissa Lenos, assistant professor of English and Film Studies at Donnelly College in Kansas City, Kansas.
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