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Reviewed in the United States on September 11, 2021
Alfred Hitchcock directed the screen adaptation of Cornell Woolrich's 1942 short story "It Had to Be Murder", called Rear Window, Starring James Stewart and Grace Kelly in 1954. Christopher Reeve and Daryl Hannah starred in the 1998 remake of that movie. This movie is a pornographic plagiarized adaptation starring B grade actors. It's a good thing you didn't buy movie tickets and gorge on overpriced popcorn to watch this. The lead female character doesn't seem to have the education or intelligence to be an ophthalmologist. She seems barely fit to work as the receptionist for the optometrist. The plot seems cooked up by a junior college freshman English major; not by a professional screenplay writer.
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