Rear Window: How Long Shots Bring Viewers to the Film — Film Studies at Mines

The rear window is a suspense film made by Alfred Hitchcock. The entire film is unfolded in a residential area. Almost all the shots in the film were taken from the window of the protagonist Jeffrey’s house, which is also the perspective of Jeffrey peeping into the neighbor. In the lens, the director showed the […]

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