Guilty paranoia in a gritty 1950's industrial town. An accountant, living a repressed life, becomes so obsessed with the person who is stealing his morning milk that he commits an act of irrational violence. His beautiful wife, meanwhile, is making plans of her own.
A story of murder and paranoia
Did You Know?
The film was made and released about forty-three years after its source short story "The Corpse Next Door" by Cornell Woolrich
had been first published in 1937. See more
In the office scenes around 20-22 minutes or so in. See more
Nobody puts their ugly lips around my bottle of milk and gets away with it.
Union City Blue
Performed by Debbie Harry
and Blondie See more