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When Randall Hendrix, a paraplegic, is given a telescope gift by his girlfriend Pam, the events turn into a definite danger. After a short while, while Randall is trapped in his apartment because of paralysis, a powerful criminal, named the lawyer, commits a murder while watching his neighbors through his binoculars. Randall may be acting strangely when he begins a plan to extort treacherous.
Arresting and heart-stopping, Number 37 is a fiercely acted and directed tale of the intense mayhem that can be born out of anger, desperation, and sheer entitlement. The buildup alone is worth the ride.
Nosipho Dumisa's Number 37 is certainly Hitchcockian and makes no attempt to conceal its influences, instead playing with imagery and plot points to tell a new story that would've made the Master of Suspense proud.
Far more substantial than a run-of-the-mill Hitchcock homage, "Number 37" is richly satisfying on its own terms as a singularly crafty and strikingly well-crafted thriller that signals the arrival of a promising filmmaking talent.