My third classic De Palma film of my self-imposed project. Didn't enjoy this one quite as much as Blow Out or Dressed to Kill, but it was still quite good. You could seriously make a drinking game called "Spot the Hitchcock" when watching De Palma. Here, it's Rear Window he homages with a similar commentary on voyeurism. No matter what you may think of the film, the interview he gives on the Criterion release is eye-opening and powerful.
Rating: 7/10 Atkins