However, the film can also be classified under other different genres. These include; Suspense, Thriller, based on, and Adaptation. James Stewart, a professional photographer, breaks his leg photographing a racetrack accident. Also a dance that Stewart nicknames "Miss Lonelyhearts" from the tenants window is also evident of the dramatic element in the film (John, 6).
The principal theme in Real Window film is the crime-thriller theme and the relationship theme. The films tell us a story of a handicapped photographer who broke his leg while taking racetrack accident photos. From the actions that he observes in his apartment, he suspects that the murder had happened. The relationship theme is evidenced by the romance between Lisa and Jeff. The bigger ideas that the film is pointing to us is unity and matters relating to relationship. We learn that for us to get the love we must chase it (Honan, 11).
The two main analytical positions that we can view this film are gender dynamics and personal attitudes. The film strongly opposes the negative attitude towards women and dictates how women should be treated. For instance, our "gaze" towards Lisa is controlled through the film. The feminist perspective have frequently been used in the film to advocate for fair treatment of women (Honan, 11).
Real Window has maintained its ability to create fear, panic and tension to a high extent. Despite its ancient production techniques, it is among the best films to watch. If this film had seamless special effects in the modern film industry, it could be the best movie of the season. Sigmund Freud was a creative writer whom Alfred heavily relied on for ideas. Sigmund was therefore frequently associated with Hitchcock’s films (John,