In this episode, Nichole tackles a heavy hitter: 1954’s Rear Window, directed by Alfred Hitchcock and starring Jimmy Stewart and Grace Kelly, along with conversation about 1998 made-for-TV remake starring Christopher Reeves.
This was a big one and Nichole couldn’t do it alone, so she brought in her friend Kevin – a fairly intense Hitchcock film fan and all-around phenomenal human being.
- Laura Christiansen ‘There’s No Losing It”: Disability and Voyeurism in Rear Window and Vertigo
- Nancy Fuhr. Disabled by Desire: Body Doubles in Rear Window’ (1954) and Rear Window (1998)
- Ian Gardner. What Rear Window Can Tell Us About Life Today
- Kristin Lopez. Christopher Reeve and 1998’s ‘Rear Window’
- Taylor Tucker. “Rear Window”: Polio as a Cultural Ambience
- Todd Shapera. Movie Offers A Window Into Life Of Reeve
- John T. Dunn. The Representation of Disability in the Music of Alfred Hitchcock Films
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