Jeffries is in obvious anxiety and is overcome with panic as he sees Thorwald walk into the apartment and notice the irregular placement of the purse on the bed. The critics' consensus states that "Hitchcock exerted full potential of suspense in this masterpiece. Though the address given in the film is W. And because Hitchcock makes us accomplices in Stewart's voyeurism , we're along for the ride. Time called it "just possibly the second-most entertaining picture after The 39 Steps ever made by Alfred Hitchcock" and a film in which there is "never an instant The tension Jeffries feels is unbearable and acutely distressing as he realizes that he is responsible for Lisa now that he cannot see her. The dancer is both a spectacle for Jeff to enjoy, but also for the audience through his substitution.
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