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The magic window

Last week, the magazine Nautilus published a conversation on “the science and art of time” between the composer Philip Glass and the painter Fredericka Foster. The entire article is worth a look, but my favorite detail is one that Glass shares at the very beginning: 1,202 more words


Murder, My Sweet

The Noir Odyssey

Writer: John Paxton

Based on the novel “Farewell, My Lovely” by Raymond Chandler

Director: Edward Dmytryk

Cinematographer: Harry J. Wild

Music: Roy Webb… 1,176 more words

Film Noir

Day 11 of Noirvember: Cry Danger (1951)

In this film, Dick Powell stars as Rocky Mulloy (how’s that for a noirish name?) who, at the start of the action, has just being released from prison after serving five years of a life sentence for a murder/robbery that he did not commit. 243 more words

Film Noir

Broken Lance

For my first entry into Crystal’s Tracy and Hepburn blogathon, I covered the classic movie The African Queen yesterday to celebrate the talents of Miss Hepburn. 941 more words

Movie Reviews


The Film Noir Odyssey

Writer: John Paxton

Based on the novel “The Brick Foxhole” by Richard Brooks

Director: Edward Dmytryk

Cinematographer: J. Roy Hunt

Music: Roy Webb… 1,259 more words

Film Noir

The Sniper

Writer: Harry Brown

Story: Edna Anhalt & Edward Anhalt

Director: Edward Dmytryk

Cinematographer: Burnett Guffey

Music: George Antheil

Cast: Arthur Franz, Adolphe Menjou, Richard Kiley… 1,163 more words

Film Noir