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Netflix: “The Woman in the Window” is Worth the Watch

20th Century FOX and Netflix’s The Woman in the Window casts Amy Adams, Gary Oldman, and Anthony Mackie. It features a therapist who finds herself in the middle of what seems to be a murder case, all from inside her own home.

Woman in the Window
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If you’re nearing the end of your binge on Netflix and are wondering what to jump into next, The Woman in the Window is a solid contender.

This collaboration between Netflix and 20th Century FOX revolves around a children’s therapist who suffers from agoraphobia, or in this case, a fear of going outside. The mystery drama runs about 100 minutes and doesn’t waste too much time getting into the thick of things.

The main character, Dr. Anna Fox, played by Amy Adams, casts a watchful eye over her neighbors through the windows of her Manhattan home. When a new resident moves in, she finds herself in what becomes quite the storyline after she befriends the teenage boy across the street. Without giving anything away, this flick will bend your mind a bit and keep you wondering what’s real or not, but everything gets tied up in the end.

The movie currently sits atop the Netflix list of Top Trending Movies and TV Shows in the United States, and also casts Anthony Mackie along with Gary Oldman. It’s gotten mixed reviews from viewers around the country, but with it being on the aforementioned list, it’s worth the watch.

Be sure to add The Woman in the Window to your Netflix list and get ready to either question your neighbors or yourself.

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