A true classic. I love that this film takes places in a limited space, across the courtyard view of apartments. It's where voyeurism comes to you and where you, in return, get caught up in events, or I should say, the lead character L.B. Jeffries gets caught up. I don't want to compete with the volume of analysis that this film has garnered, except to say that it has a choreographed precision to it that is clearly the hand of Hitchcock weaving the plotlines together. Rear Window is rich in statements of isolation and crime; voyeurism and immersion into the clockwork grind of daily life from a single perspective. From the benign to murder. It has a murder mystery plot but its also very inventive and wry.