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Source:  Entertainment Weekly

“Voyeur” details the writing and troubled publication of journalist Gay Talese’s 2016 book, “The Voyeur’s Motel,” about a Colorado motel owner named Gerald Foos, and the decades he spent spying on guests from the motel’s attic.

“They couldn’t hear me, they couldn’t see me,” Foos explains at the start of “Voyeur” which is directed by Myles Kane and Josh Koury. “But I could hear them and see them. It’s been a secret all these years. It’s been a secret for 47 years.”

Is Foos an out-an-out creep or, as he believes, some sort of amateur anthropologist cataloging the behavior of his guests/unknowing subjects? We’ll let viewers make up their own minds about that, but, especially given the wave of sexual misconduct allegations currently blanketing the news, it’s hard to imagine too many people taking Foos’ side.

“Voyeur” is available now on Netflix. 

Read the story at Entertainment Weekly.

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