Ollie Cochran’s review published on Letterboxd:
A collage of separate lives, glued by the gaze of one man. He’s living a voyeuristic lifestyle, enraptured by the nuance of everyday living. He looks in, not with sexual intent, but with an air of intrigue, adopting the human propensity to pry on unsuspecting neighbours. Jimmy Stewart keeps on looking, and we can’t help but lock in our gaze too. A suspense unlike anything done before: a stationary, grounded descent into anxiety.