The Woman in the Window | Chicago Reader

The Woman in the Window

A masterful film noir (1944) from Fritz Lang's rich American period, with Edward G. Robinson as a professor of psychology who learns by doing as he becomes obsessed with the image of a woman in a painting. I probably prefer Scarlet Street, Lang's follow-up with the same cast (Joan Bennett, Dan Duryea), but between one masterpiece and another who's to choose?


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