Video Voyeur

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Video Voyeur: The Susan Wilson Story
Video Voyeur cover.jpg
Directed by Tim Hunter
Produced by Blue André
Written by Kathleen Rowell
Starring Angie Harmon
Jamey Sheridan
Dale Midkiff
Tegan Moss
Chelan Simmons
Teryl Rothery
Music by Julian Nott
Distributed by Lifetime Television
Release dates
  • January 21, 2002 (2002-01-21)
Running time
91 minutes
Language English

Video Voyeur or Video Voyeur: The Susan Wilson Story is a 2002 American television drama made by Lifetime Television, directed by Tim Hunter, starring Angie Harmon. It is based on the real-life story of Susan Wilson, a Louisiana woman, who was video taped in her own home by a neighbor. Her case helped make video voyeurism a crime in nine U.S. states. Originally, she had no legal recourse as video voyeurism was not considered by those who wrote previous voyeurism legislation.[1]


External links[edit]