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The Window (1949)
Enjoyed Movie Very Much, But
I cannot understand how the upstairs neighbors could step on the boy's pillow (going up to roof and coming down) without noticing it and realizing someone was probably there when they committed the murder.
Also, it was strange that boy's dad did not see the boy's runaway note at all, but the neighbor seemed to see it right away.
All the actors seemed well-suited to their roles.
If Bobby did all the stairway climbing himself (likely) he did it very well and with speed appropriate to the timing of the plot.
Arthur Kennedy got many good roles over the years, but unfortunately never a signature role that could have propelled him to the top of his profession.
Follow the River (1995)
Read Thom's Books Instead
James Alexander Thom writes novels that absolutely grip you with their intense realism, authentic settings and sometimes unexpectedly amusing content. His greatest work I believe is Panther in the Sky (a story of the Shawnee brothers Tecumseh and Tenkswatawa the Prophet). Don't miss it! Hopefully it will not be made into a movie as unfeeling as Follow the River.
This movie has the two returning women (on a 1000 mile journey) wearing clothes whose length would never permit them to travel through the woods, let alone do so without being torn to shreds. Everyone is portrayed as being forever clean, looking well-fed and with their hair always in place. The constantly changing relationship between the two women (as shown in the film) is obviously contrived and ultimately became very boring. An excellent adult book was made into a children's fantasy.