This little-seen thriller from Fritz Lang’s rich and strange late period (1953) is The Woman in the Window with the sex roles reversed: Anne Baxter is a working girl who believes she has murdered a masher (Raymond Burr). The film is spare in its styling and almost glacial in its progression. As in Rancho Notorious, Lang uses an insistently repeated theme song (sung by Nat King Cole) to give the action a quality of ritual and doom. With Richard Conte, Ann Sothern, and George Reeves.