We are all overly familiar with the mental challenges that staying at home creates (you know, because of the pandemic), but this situation takes on a whole new meaning in this Netflix thriller featuring Amy Adams, Julianne Moore, and Gary Oldman.
The Woman in the Window is a chilling mash-up of Alfred Hitchcock’s Rear Window and Tate Taylor’s The Girl on the Train, featuring themes of psychological angst, peeping at your neighbours through a window, and women out of their minds.
Here’s a short synopsis from Vulture:
Adams plays the agoraphobic Anna Fox who believes she witnessed the murder of her new neighbor and friend, played by Julianne Moore.
She’s determined to find out the truth, even if that means pushing herself beyond the safety of her home.
Chaos and drama aren’t only in the movie it seems.
Daniel Mallory, who wrote The Woman in the Window under the pseudonym A.J. Finn, had spent years lying to colleagues in the publishing industry, before being exposed by a New Yorker article back in 2019.
The COVID-19 pandemic also added to the drama by pushing the May 2020 theatrical release to Netflix.
Here’s the trailer:
The Woman in the Window will be streamable on Netflix from May 14.
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