Author Rod Bennett posted this to Facebook, and I was just blown away by the effort that went into it. It’s a meticulous time-lapse reconstruction of the events of Hitchcock’s Rear Window as though you’re seeing the entire set as a diorama. The creator, Jeff Desom, has used nothing but footage from the film to create a kind of composite moving image that captures the whole film in wide angle in 2.5 minutes. Astonishing.
Rear Window Timelapse
April 3, 2012 by Thomas L. McDonald
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