Extreme Close-Up (film)
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|Directed by||Jeannot Szwarc|
|Produced by||Paul Lazarus III
Michael I. Rachmil
|Written by||Michael Crichton|
|Music by||Basil Poledouris|
A television reporter rents surveillance equipment for a story on the intrusion of surreptitious surveillance in peoples' private lives. He spies on his neighbors and eventually a broader range of citizens, finding himself caught up in the dark world of voyeurism.
- Jim McMullan as John Norman
- Katherine Woodville as Sally Norman
- James A. Watson Jr. as Cameraman
- Bara Byrnes as Sylvia Marina
- Al Checco as Surveillance Salesman
- Jacqueline Giroux as Barbie
- Curtis Credel as Reporter
The film is highly praised by fans of Michael Crichton.
The film was released on home video under the title Sex Through a Window.
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