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Desc:Alfred Hitchcock's film condensed into one 3 minute shot
Category:Classic Movies, Arts
Tags:edit-fu, timelapse, Alfred Hitchcock, whoa, rear window
Submitted:fatatty
Date:04/05/12
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Comment count is 9
kennydra
This is really, really impressive. Also, I am going to watch this film again.
Jet Bin Fever
Grace Kelly in this movie... oh man.
hammsangwich
Ya, she was the hottest of the old timey chicks.

kamlem
Dance, plasticine lady, dance!
Hooker
The thing that stood out most to me was the feeling of profoundly missing the point. This seemed to reduce all of the character's lives to the mundane.
Snakeweapon
It's one of those six thousand hours of hair-pulling for three minutes of neckbeard-stroking trade-offs. Thanks internet, for outsourcing my thoughts to people with more time on their hands. Really neat clip.
MrBuddy
That's what I was thinking while I was watching this. "Hey, I could do this in Adobe After Effects. Let's see. Cut the layers, composite the images, lay out the masks for... every window? Edit... and resize... the video... Dang, were did that guy find the time?"

cognitivedissonance
The piano player in the righthand apartment is Ross Bagdasarian, also known as Dave Seville, surrogate father to the Chipmunks.
Gmork
Austere and beautiful. Looks like they're all six inches tall on a small model set.
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