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Through Naked Eyes (1983)

Not Rated | | Thriller | TV Movie 11 December 1983
A musician living in an apartment building likes to check out the residents of the building opposite him--until he finds out one day that an attractive woman in that building is checking ... See full summary »

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William Parrish
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Anne Walsh
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Dr. Frances Muller
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Terry Parrish
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Det. Wylie
Gerald Castillo ...
Sgt. Scopetta
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Terry Sheppard
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Karen
Ward Ohrman ...
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Michael Miller ...
Waiter
Arnold Kopek ...
One-armed Man
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Stuntman
Rick Cluchey ...
Detective
Roberta Baskin ...
Newswoman
Rolf Boettger ...
Maitre d'
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A musician living in an apartment building likes to check out the residents of the building opposite him--until he finds out one day that an attractive woman in that building is checking him out. He strikes up a relationship with her. Soon afterwards a string of serial killings occurs in the neighborhood, and suspicion begins to fall on the musician. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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11 December 1983 (USA)  »

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A precursor to "Sliver": people-peeping in Chicago
19 June 2017 | by See all my reviews

Attractive TV performers David Soul and Pam Dawber do decent work in formulaic TV-made thriller about residents of a Chicago high-rise apartment complex, a professional flautist and a tour guide at the Planetarium, spying on each other from their facing windows and later dating; there's also a maniac on the premises running around with a knife, and the musician is high on the list of suspects. Jeffrey Bloom's teleplay is surprisingly rich with detail (and may have inspired author Ira Levin with his future novel "Sliver"), but the plot is ultimately served up in a by-the-numbers fashion. The list of police advisors in the end-credits looks impressive, however the finished results make the Chicago police force look like bungling idiots. Had Bloom concentrated more on the relationship between Soul and Dawber--who have an interesting chemistry--and less time on the crime investigation, this might have been something special.


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