t is 1954. A very hot summer. Eva is a young unmarried woman living in the Village and testing a new beverage for a soda company. Her uninhibited aunt Nora stays at her apartment to keep an eye on her. Eva's only entertainment consists in looking at her neighbors. Her rear window is one of the windows facing the backyard of Hitchcock's film Rear Window. When Nora's younger lover Bill shows up, the delicate balance between the two women is broken and a love triangle ensues.