Why watch this film?
Produced by the late 20th Century Fox and, after its merger with Disney and the arrival of the new coronavirus pandemic, it ended up in a limbo with no possibility of release. The solution found by Mickey Mouse's house was to sell the distribution rights to Netflix, which launches the feature film worldwide with its exclusive seal. In the plot, adapted from A.J. Finn's book, we follow the story of a woman (Amy Adams) with agoraphobia - fear of leaving home, in short. Her life turns upside down, however, when she witnesses a crime from her home window, in the same mold as 'The Girl on the Train'. It is a competent domestic thriller, albeit full of clichés, and that knows how to play with the viewer's moods. The absolute highlight is Amy Adams' performance, who knows how to embody well the role of this desperate woman.
An agoraphobic woman living alone in New York begins spying on her new neighbors, only to witness a disturbing act of violence.
Where to watch?
Available at home