The Question and Answer section for Rear Window is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
Are you referring to the movie "Rear Window"?
I believe you've placed your question in the wrong category. Please repost in the correct category, so I am aware of what novel you are posting your questions for.
Consider the roles of glances and gazes throughout the film. Who looks at whom, who is seen by whom, who watches without being seen in return? What technological devices aid or impede vision in the course of the film?
This movie is driven by glances and the subtext they contain. I would need a lot more space than this forum to give you a proper answer. This link should be of some help: