The front side of a big house was filmed with a long shot fixed camera. Bit by bit, and with changing rhythms and tempi, all 200 windowpanes were shattered back-to-back from inside ith big stones. The chronology of breaking panels was calculated by a random generator. Rhythm and tempo of each smash appears to be chaotic but is carefully composed, creating very rapid and loud passages followed by quiet sections to build up tension. The sophisticated sound of the film is as important as the visual display. Therefore the screening must be on full blast. The large scale projection of app. 4 x 7 meters and the sound are intended to be kept balanced. The execution of “Front Windows” involved substantial costs and manpower. Only the strong and highly professional support of all participants made it possible.