Rear Window

Rear Window, 1954. Image courtesy of Doctor Macro.

(1954, directed by Alfred Hitchcock, 112 mins, PG)

A wheelchair-bound photojournalist (James Stewart) and his beautiful fiancée (the one and only Grace Kelly) spy on their neighbors and are compelled to solve a brutal murder no one else believes occurred. Rear Window is an exhilarating, taut thriller that’s a must-see on the big screen. Presented in conjunction with the opening of the IMA exhibition Snapshot: Painters and Photography, Bonnard to Vuillard.

Rear Window is screening as part of The National Bank of Indianapolis 2012 Summer Nights Film Series.

Rear Window Indianapolis Museum of Art 4000 Michigan Rd., Indianapolis, IN