A newspaper photographer with a broken leg (Stewart) passes the time recuperating by observing his neighbors through the window. When he sees what he believes to be a murder, he decides to solve the crime himself. With help from his beautiful girlfriend and his nurse, he tries to catch the murderer without getting killed himself. Top-drawer Hitchcock blends exquisite suspense with occasional on-target laughs. Based on the story by Cornell Woolrich.
Blood not needed queenmango at 2009-07-21 22:51:44
This movie is a classic example of how Alfred Hitchcock used suspense instead of blood and gore to scare and thrill.
I love this movie especially becasue of the beginning scenes of the life of an apartment owner. It is wonderful.