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Ingredients for “Chaussures confit”:
(Chef: Werner Herzog & Alice Waters)
Rear Window - Alfred Hitchcock 
Blow-Up - Michelangelo Antonioni 
Funny Games - Michael Haneke 
Letter from an Unknown Woman - Max Ophüls 
Eyes Wide Shut - Stanley Kubrick 
Peeping Tom - Michael Powell 
Benny’s Video - Michael Haneke 
Sex, Lies and Videotape - Steven Soderbergh 
Caché - Michael Haneke 
Death in Venice - Luchino Visconti 
Can you think of more great films, that include voyeuristic elements or deal with this theme? Will add your suggestions to this post.
Grace, the main character in Lars von Trier’s Dogville, was strongly inspired by Bertolt Brecht’s ‚Pirate Jenny‘, a well-known song from ‚The Threepenny Opera‘.
This is a literal translation of the original German song, not the Marc Blitzstein English version of 1954, which is usually the version sung in English.
Gentleman, today you see me washing glasses
And I make the beds for everyone.
And you give me a penny and I quickly thank you
And you see my rags and this shabby hotel
And you don’t know who you’re talkin’ to.