The Woman in the Window
Anna Fox lives alone, a loner in her New York City home, unfit to wander outside. She goes through her day drinking wine (possibly to an extreme), watching old motion pictures, reviewing more joyful occasions . . . what's more, keeping an eye on her neighbors.
At that point the Russells move into the house over the way: a dad, a mother and their high school child. The ideal family. Be that as it may, when Anna, looking out her window one night, sees something she shouldn't, her reality starts to disintegrate and its stunning insider facts are exposed.
What is genuine? What is envisioned? Who is at serious risk? Who is in charge? In this underhandedly holding spine chiller, nobody—and nothing—is the thing that it appears