Hitchcock’s study in voyeurism: Rear Window.

James Stewart in REAR WINDOW.
Nicéphore Niépce’s “View from the Window at Le Gras” circa 1826. The oldest known photograph.
Alfred Hitchcock, James Stewart, and Grace Kelly in a behind the scenes photograph on the set of REAR WINDOW.
Jeff (James Stewart) using his 400mm telephoto lens to spy on the bizarre goings-on at the apartment of Lars Thorwald. What does this say about the voyeurist tendency in all of us?
A look at the entire courtyard.
The nefarious “Salesman” Lars Thorwald (Raymond Burr) when he catches direct sight of Jeff looking at him.
Jeff and Lisa in another still from the film where Hitchcock turns the lens back on us the voyeur.
REAR WINDOW (1954). . Notice the vigorous salesmanship shown here that was very characteristic of Hitchcock, especially in the promotion of PSYCHO (1960).
REAR WINDOW (1954).

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