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That feeling of exhaustion It's not about loving your kids, because you absolutely do. But the voyeuristic envy is not all one-way, as we unexpectedly come across trouble in paradise. Not only are they living quite the life that consists mostly of sleeping and amazing parties with many friends, but also their sex life is as good as it gets as we find out they make passionate love all the time and don't care one bit for the neighbors to see them.

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I guess this applied to pretty much everybody in my showing and it seems it also applied to many Academy members who went for this one. Was this review helpful? Still watch, already for the pretty cool "Gettin' jiggy with it" reference. He has 2 Oscar nominations for full feature documentaries already and another for documentary short, but last night was his first for a live action movie even if it is not entirely fictitious.

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In. The win is a bit exaggerated. I am hesitant to say "halves" because the first "half" was much longer.

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And most of all, their eyes or binoculars never met while "spying" on one another. I've liked every one of these shorts that I've seen, and I have no doubt that you'll like this one. It is definitely not meant in a provoking way. Especially the female protagonist grabbing the binoculars to see what exactly is going on made many people chuckle during my showing. Because it translates, in wise manner, very simple and precise, fundamental truths. I mean it must have happened at some point in the past, so the idea of the two women somewhat having a connection was not one that made too much sense to me.

Across the street, a younger couple are seen cavorting freely at all watchings of day, with the curtains left wide open and the changes blazing most inconsiderately and not too believably. This neighbor film followed a typical Hitchcockian suspense scenario involving a suspected murder and a blonde in peril, along with various subplots as seen through other neighbors' windows, including the sexual voyeurism in regards to "Miss Torso. With the passing of time reality kicks in and the balance of life sobers the woman into awareness and insight. Just out of curiousity and jealousy though and not really for any creepy reasons.

It may have helped the film that it was the only American entry in the English language. This short film is all about envy, emptiness, and empathy. Of course, I don't know how much happened in reality here and how much is fictitious, but I did not like the final scene that much. Nonetheless, technically and story-wise it is a decent achievement overall.

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The big emotional highlight at least in theory of the movie is the scene outside when we see the deceased being taken away and the female protagonist comforts the deceased's ificant other. Moreover, this reveals that she, too, has been an object of the neighbors' gaze; she, too, is observed through windows--is in a film-within-a-film. The writer who adapted the Diana Weipert short story and director is Marshall Curry and usually in this category, most of the filmmakers are rookies, but the opposite is true for him. Life goes on but the woman can't get her eyes off her seemingly better off nearby residents and armed with binoculars continues her journeys into voyeur land.

Goingbegging 28 August This came from a short story, which is where it should probably have remained.


They certainly wish they could be a bit like them again. Very nice and I would say a life movie. They seemed to have no connection. A big-city couple, with a fourth baby on the way, are feeling the burdens of family life, and how it inhibits reckless joy. Because it explore basic realities with gentle eye. Meanwhile, the protagonists have their own problems to deal with. It's simply the nagging feeling that your own self is slipping away. Hitchcock's own "Vertigo" is something of a continuation and inversion from an allegory for spectatorship to filmmaking.

Watching my neighbor change

A 20 minute story with an impact! The theme is anything but original well explored in the children's fable 'The House with the Golden Windows' and does nothing more than dramatize the pointlessness of envy. This is an uninspired but watchable short that paces into an anticlimax straining for its moral message. However, I really struggled with the idea that the widow now starts elaborating on how they thought what amazing neighbors they had as they knew about the kids and everything, so they were basically watching them too, at least occasionally, the other way around.

I really liked how they managed to get the audience involved and managed to show us that we are just as much in the voyeur spot as the protagonists as we were much more curious about what is going on in the neighbors' window than what is going on in the apartment with the two year-olds.

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You can really structure this film into two parts. Most of the film takes place in an apartment, although there is a beautiful city lights shot when Alli steps onto the balcony. At the center of the film, we have a couple around the age of They have three children and the magic is kinda gone and stress is very dominant in their lives. I've been trying to watch a of Oscar-nominated shorts recently; what else am I supposed to do during the coronavirus quarantine? Overall, I give it a thumbs-up, but I think the Oscar nomination was enough. Overall, my interpretation of it is that what you can see doesn't necessarily tell the whole story.

I had tears at the end.

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However, things do get more serious eventually as we find out that the male neighbor returned with his hair shaved after a considerable period of absence and everybody in the audience understood much more quickly than the characters from the movie that it must be cancer. The point being made goes much deeper than peeping.

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Greetings again from the darkness. Our main surrogate spectator, the wife and mother, reveals herself to her neighbor's gaze and interjects herself into the film-within-the-film.

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One night a couple spy on their neighbors enthusiastically doing the deed and they're naturally transfixed and amused. The latter also in the most frequent running gag in this movie, namely the voyeurism component coming into play and the two not so passionate protagonists keep watching what the neighbors are doing.

This did not feel too realistic to me. As in "Rear Window," which played around with the cinematic gaze, there's a nice twist here, too. But the emotional impact of what you watch covers a vast spectrum. Because it is a splendid perspective about the other.

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No bigger reason than that and it also seems the husband lost more and more interest in the neighbors eventually, especially compared to early on when they almost seem to make sure they get home in time to see what is going on in the neighbors' window. Tables turned.

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It is hard to see how images and cinematics heighten the effect, certainly not to the Oscar-winning level to which it has been projected. There is little surprise that this 20 minute short is Oscar nominated, since what begins with the bickering between two parents evolves into a life lesson most of us learn the hard way Cineanalyst 27 February Alfred Hitchcock's "Rear Window" is one of the most ingeniously reflexive films ever made, so not surprisingly it's inspired a good of imitators and deviations.

The Neighbors' Window Hide Spoilers. Kirpianuscus 3 May It is just a great film.

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Your "fun" self is giving way to someone in the mirror you don't recognize. The dialog is minimal and the 'neighbors' are never heard.

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It was probably not the very best year for the category this time as there was only one nominated film the Belgian that really stood out for me and this one here is probably in 3rd place when it comes to my ranking of the nominees. One can see the similarities. Filmmaker Marshall Curry creates a believable and relatable situation - one that will have viewers either nodding affirmatively with how they react, or putting on some holier-than-thou huffiness trying to convince us they'd never stoop to this.

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There is not much time wasted afterwards as we see him in bed struggling and how his friends come by to bid him farewell as the illness is killing him. So obviously all the envy the older couple may have had early on is gone now, even if the longer the film goes, the more it focuses on the female protagonist, simply because she is at home while her man is working.

Because it is just Short, a magnificent film about family, neighbor life and about what we see from the window. It was okay closure I'd say. They did not invite the others to only one of the many parties. Instead, he is displaying adulthood for us. The brilliant thing about Curry's film is that none of that matters. After that, however, the picture follows more in the line of indie movies obsessed with intimate tales of relationships and familial drama, and it's made by a documentarian, Marshall Curry, who seems to similarly be focused on such personal narratives.

This is the first of Curry's works that I've seen.

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They did not know anything about the young. Winner of an academy award this is a spinnable and inificant finger-tapper in cinematic brevity. Watch this expertly acted and crafted story. As we find out about them, we also find out that there is an apartment nearby that has new tenants D'Onofrio fans will understand the Oscar-related reference and they are the exact opposite.


Every parent with young kids has been there. It's a lesson in coveting the life of others. When a young couple moves in and proceeds to 'christen' their new apartment They are now adults whose 'wild' nights are fading memories.