By Oliver Lyttelton | The Playlist April 3, 2012 at 9:02AM
One more attempt has arrived online (via @UltraCulture), and it's a phenomenal reworking of one of the director's very best films, "Rear Window." Installation artist Jeff Desom has used Adobe After Effects to extract all the footage from the Jimmy Stewart/Grace Kelly thriller, rearranged it into a single tableau, and then plays it out in timelapse. It's extremely clever, and a fascinating new angle on a true cinema classic. Watch below, and find out more at Desow's site.