Windows

Windows is a 1980 thriller starring Talia Shire, Joseph Cortese and Elizabeth Ashley, directed by Gordon Willis.
Willis was the cinematographer of some of the most acclaimed films of the 1970s, among them The Godfather (and its sequel, The Godfather Part 2), All the President’s Men, Annie Hall and others. This would be his only attempt at directing a movie.
Emily Hollander (Shire) is the subject of a lesbian obsession at the hands of Andrea Glassen (Ashley), her next-door neighbor. As Emily begins dating detective Bob Luffrono (Cortese), Andrea overflows with jealousy, spying on Hollander through her own window.
The film was the subject of many protests from gay rights activists who accused the film of being homophobic and resorting to hateful stereotypes of lesbians.
Gordon Willis admitted the film had been a mistake,and later said of directing that he didn’t really like it. “I’ve had a good relationship with actors,” he reflected, “but I can do what I do and back off. I don’t want…