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Noir Movie Fan_ Letter From an Unknown Woman

For some reason (unknown, yet) I remembered this melancholic, heartbreaking movie – Letter From an Unknown Woman. I think I’ve seen it in 2013, but it’s so memorable, just like a really classic movie should be. 108 more words

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THE WIZARD OF OZ: SUMMER CINEMA MAGIC AT LEXINGTON’S KENTUCKY THEATER By RICK BALDWIN

“I’m caught in a dream so what you don’t know what I’m goin’ through,
I’m right in between so I’ll just play along with you ”—Alice Cooper…

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Early Spring: Lessons from the 50's.

If Kurosawa is known for his constant movement in cinema, Ozu is his direct opposite. Ozu is a director who moved the camera less and less in his career, something which would be artistic suicide in today’s cinematic climate. 552 more words

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In A Lonely Place

If you’re like me, (and I know I am), then you have to love Humphrey Bogart. And I do. I love the guy. And if anyone said otherwise I’d probably smack ’em around the way Sam Spade did to Joel Cairo, shit eating grin included. 1,666 more words

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Gilbert and Garbo

Women. In my experience a fair number of them have been troubled, aloof, emotionally distant or guarded, purposefully mysterious, fast (and slow)… but above all, dramatic. 1,858 more words

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Film Noir with a Touch of Class: TCM's "Summer of Darkness" Now in Session!

School’s not out for summer just yet. This month, class just got a whole lot cooler by letting students and cinema lovers dive deep into the world of film by devoting two to four hours a week, simply watching television. 937 more words

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