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Re: NOIR OF THE WEEK 9/28/15: EXPERIMENT IN TERROR (1962) meets the noir-o-meter
Posted by RichardW on 9/29/2015, 6:37 pm, in reply to "NOIR OF THE WEEK 9/28/15: EXPERIMENT IN TERROR (1962) meets the noir-o-meter"
"American noir had, for the most part, moved away from
narrative dislocation in the 1950s, favoring more linear
storytelling (though exceptions do exist: think Stanley
Kubrick, Paul Wendkos, Bruno VeSota) but with ..."
I assume the Bruno VeSota is Female Jungle (1955) but which Paul Wendkos?
"I've been to college, but I can still speak English when business demands it."
Raymond Chandler, 1939.
"All explaining in movies can be thrown out, I think."
Elmore Leonard, 2013.