With the new Netflix movie, you can stay on the couch – and with a view of the window
“The Woman at the Window” premiered this Friday, May 14th and stars Amy Adams.
Restriction has forced us to stay home, and if this is a problem for most people, it is salvation for those with agoraphobia. Exactly this fear is focused on the new Netflix movie “The Woman at the Window”, which opens this Friday, May 14th.
Joe Wright’s work was adapted for cinema by Tracy Letts from AJ Finn’s book of the same name. In just over an hour and a half, it’s possible to learn the story of Anna Fox, a psychologist with agoraphobia played by Amy Adams.
Anna cannot leave the house because of her phobia and is fascinated by the life of her neighbors. In the end, she watches a crime through her window. From there the whole plot unfolds, trying to convince everyone that what she saw was real and not the fruit of her imagination.
Among the critics there are those who praise the filmmaker’s work, but there are also those who criticize it, arguing that he tried unsuccessfully to resemble Alfred Hitchcock in this film.
This exciting cop also has a cast of big stars like Gary Oldman, Julianne Moore, Wyatt Russell, Jennifer Jason Leigh and Anthony Mackie.