Through Naked Eyes is a 1983 thriller directed by John Llewellyn Moxey. William Parrish (David Soul) is a talented but slightly lonely young musician who lives in a high-rise apartment complex. He idly notices that he can sometimes see into the windows of the neighbors across the way. Gradually, he starts using binoculars to gain a better view, letting his voyeuristic tendencies get the better of him. However, it takes William by surprise when he notices one of his neighbors looking right back. Anne Walsh (Pam Dawber) is an attractive and vivacious young woman who always has to go one step further. Instead of binoculars, she was using a telescope to spy on William. When the two meet in person, it turns out that they have more in common than just their fondness for spying on neighbors. A romance starts up between the two misfits, but everything changes when a recent string of killings points to an unexpected suspect: William.