Check out the original: It's almost impossible to underestimate the influence of the Kuleshov effect. In fact, Hitchcock understood it so thoroughly that he based much of his style on the relationship of this three shot.
Each day, and often into the night, he has little to do but gaze out his rear window at the activities of his neighbours in the surrounding apartments. Jeffs main visitors are his fiance Lisa Fremont (Grace Kelly a high-fashion model, and.
Photographer Jeff not only suddenly finds himself immobilised by a broken leg, but his beautiful. Since much of the film consists of Jimmy Stewart, in either medium shot or closeup, looking out his window - - followed by what he sees - -and then his reaction to it, it could be argued that, to a great extent, Rear Window is the Kuleshov Effect.