by A.J. Finn
Anna Fox lives as a recluse in New York City, unable to venture outside due to her agoraphobia. She spends most days drinking wine, watching vintage movies, recalling happier times with her family . . . she also enjoys being a voyeur, spying on her neighbors from her high rise windows. Then, the Russell family move into the house across the street: a father, a mother, and their teenage son. The perfect family in her eyes. But when gazing into their life one night, she sees something she shouldn't and the world as she knows it begins to crumble. Was what she saw real? Did she imagine it? In this thriller, nothing is what it seems.
The Woman in the Window is an upcoming American mystery thriller drama film directed by Joe Wright. The film stars Amy Adams as Anna Fox, Julianne Moore as Jane Russell, and Gary Oldman as Alistair Russell. The film is scheduled to be released on October 4, 2019.
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