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One of the quintessential noir films of its time, embracing all the archetypical elements of the genre.
FRITZ LANG! directed, in 55!
LEE MARVIN. GLORIA GRAHAM.
Never saw before the MOVIE Chanel7=5=2020
Weak story made watchable by a young cool Lee Marvin and the always wonderful Gloria Grahame.
I say to this film: "It's not you, it's me."
It seemed like the perfect combination, since I love film noir and I've liked all of Fritz Lang's films. But I wasn't in the right mood for this.
Clearly it's well-made, and the shadowy lighting is exceptional. But feeling as bad as I do lately about the state of the world, I just had a hard time sitting through a film as seething and cruel as this one.
The strength of Lang's direction and the darkness of the screenplay define the tension that grows all over the film. Grahame and Ford at their best. A highly recommended film-noir picture.
The single best film noir movie I've ever seen. Glenn Ford was never so incredible as in this fantastic movie. Absolutely THRILLING movie!
This is a gem from the past that I had never seen before, but I'm so glad the opportunity came. It is a great film: taut, intense, complex, thought-provoking, a visual joy, and with great performances. As good as a noir cop thriller can be.
One of the worst noir films we've ever seen: implausible, unnuanced, and poorly acted. ALL the cops except Bannion are both evil and cowardly. Little opportunity for Gloria Grahame to show how good she is.
See it for Gloria Grahame.
A classic complex noir from Fritz Lang, possibly his best film made on the American soil.