Starring Margot Kidder as formerly conjoined twins Danielle and Dominique one of whom may or may not have committed murder. William Lisle is the doctor who separated the twins and who happens to be Danielle's ex-husband. Jennifer Salt is the nosy reporter with a thing for spying on her neighbors, and Charles Durning is the private eye.
The movie is one of the most blatant Hitchcock "homages" I have ever seen, complete with score by Bernard Hermann (Psycho and Vertigo). That being said it is acted well and edited fantastically and kept me entertained through the whole thing. The plot is a mish-mash of Psycho and Rear Window; Jennifer Salt watching out her apartment window witnesses a murder in Margot Kidder's apartment, but by the time she convinces the cops to show up and they go to Margot's apartment there is no body and no traces of murder. Jennifer Salt spends the rest of the movie trying to prove that a murder did occur and that Margot Kidder committed it.
The movie is gorier than your typical Hitchcock; why does blood have to look like strawberry sauce?? But I really dug the 70's interiors, Margot Kidder's French-Canadian accent is amazing; she didn't sound like her normal self at all, Charles Durning rocks every scene he's in, the Doctor creeped me out, a very young Olympia Dukakis was a treat to see, and I loved the cow!! If there had never been a Hitchcock I would have given this movie two huge baby bottoms up, but even still I can heartily recommend it.