Rear Window Movie Review

Rear Window Movie Review - David De Wit Professor Rehn Comm...

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David De Wit Professor Rehn Comm 255 April 21, 2008 Rear Window Review What would you do if you were stuck in an apartment for 7? If you were stuck in a wheel chair, unable to leave the room, and without a television? You would find a way to pass the time. Something entertaining to do that would take your mind off of how boring it is to be trapped in that room for so long. If you happened to be stuck in a room that faced numerous windows of other apartments, odds are that you would observe your neighbors from time to time. You know it is wrong to look, but you do it anyway. This is the situation that James Stewart's character L.B. "Jeff" Jeffries is in since he broke his leg after he was involved in a car accident while taking pictures of an auto race. After 6 weeks in his cast, and only a week left, Jeff has casually observed the lives of many of his neighbors living across a little courtyard in the rear of an apartment building. He is frequently visited by his nurse Stella (Thelma Ritter) and his fiancee Lisa (Grace Kelly). Both
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