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Post  Victoria C on Thu Dec 06, 2012 12:36 am

I think the dead dog scene, followed by all of the neighbors coming out to view the commotion shows how curious the human race is about other people's business. We've kind of sought out an escape route from our own lives to view the lives of others, because other people's lives seem more interesting than ours. Since everyone has pretty much agreed that the "rear window" represents TV, when the woman started shouting and grieving about her dog, every neighbor came out from their own world to hear what the commotion was all about. I think it's interesting how it's the first time that Jefferie's neighbors come out of their apartments at one time. Up until this point, we've only seen Jefferies being involved in the lives of others. When all the neighbors come out at once, they are suddenly taking a sneak glance at someone else's life besides their own. They are, in a sense, turning on the TV along with Jefferies, even if just for a moment.

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Post  Samuelthe5th on Mon Dec 10, 2012 9:41 pm

yes and like the TV the people sorta watched and didn't seem to show any sort of sympathy or remorse for her they sorta just looked on as the woman cried over her dog


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