Let's meet @ 6:50 PM at the round tables near the concession stands prior to the movie. The movie begins at 7:20 PM. I'll wear a grey golf cap prior to the movie. See you soon! :-)
Perhaps Hitchcock's most suspenseful film, masterful in its visual storytelling, with James Stewart giving one of his best performances of the 1950s. Having broken his leg on assignment, Stewart's globetrotting photojournalist is laid up in his Manhattan apartment and bored stiff. Despite admonitions from his glamorous girlfriend Grace Kelly, his favorite diversion is to spy on his neighbors, framed screen-like in their windows across the courtyard from his. But when one half of a constantly bickering couple mysteriously disappears, Stewart suspects he may be witness to a murder.
DIR/SCR/PROD Alfred Hitchcock; SCR John Michael Hayes, from Cornell Woolrich's short story "It Had to Be Murder." US, 1954, color, 112 min, DCP. NOT RATED