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Rear Window

In the 1954 Alfred Hitchcock classic 'Rear Window' a wheelchair bound photographer spies on his neighbors from his apartment window and becomes convinced one of them has committed murder. The events of the film follow the photographer as he tries to piece together the crime he believes he's witnessed.

Now, filmmaker Jeff Desom has taken clips from the film and pieced them together by using his editing and visual-effects skills to create an impressive time-lapse that depicts everything the main character of the film saw while spying on his neighbors. The full time-lapse is 20 minutes long and replays the events in real-time, the below video is a sped-up version of that same time-lapse and only runs 3 minutes long, yet it is just as fascinating. Both time-lapse fans and fans of the classic movie will appreciate Desom's work. Check it out below.

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