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Noirvember Challenge (Official, November 2019)

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Post by hurluberlu » November 4th, 2019, 7:05 pm

2. Gambling House (Ted Tetzlaff, 1950) 7-
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Post by 72aicm » November 4th, 2019, 8:37 pm

7. Bodyguard (1948)
8. Experiment in Terror (1962)
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1. Too Late for Tears (1949)
2. The Friends of Eddie Coyle (1973)
3. You Only Live Once (1937)
4. The Devil Thumbs a Ride (1947)
5. The Hoodlum (1951)
6. Classe tous risques (1960)
7. Bodyguard (1948)
8. Experiment in Terror (1962)

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Post by klaus78 » November 4th, 2019, 10:04 pm

1. Fatal Attraction (1987) 7/10
2. Whirlpool (1949) 6/10
3. No Way Out (1950) 8/10
4. House of Strangers (1949) 6/10
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Post by morrison-dylan-fan » November 4th, 2019, 10:05 pm

FTV:4:Le faux pas (1965)

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“When I was a little girl,I stood in front of a mirror and I imagined myself dead.” 8/10.


Zooming over the white cliff edges to what appears to be Robert Langerot falling to his death, co-writer/(with Bernard Thomas) director Antoine d'Ormesson & cinematographer Georges Barsky climb a brittle Film Noir mountain made of stylish zoom-ins on Elisa fearing that she is losing her sanity, whilst keeping Morcot’s suspisions cool under white chalk coloured black and white. Reaching the top of the mountain to give the audience a full view of what has taken place, d'Ormesson reveals the Noir daggers with a outstanding skilfulness of eerie, sparse wide-shots touching on the impenetrable state the cliffs are from the touch of man, along with loosening grip Elisa is feeling on her sanity.

Almost having Morcot drive into Elisa, the screenplay by d'Ormesson and Thomas refreshingly keeps the hints at a rising romance between Morcot and Elisa low-key, and instead carve into a delightful switch in the Film Noir tradition of it being the man who becomes obsessed, as Elisa lies about being a English teacher in her first encounter with Morcot, whilst wrestling with a fearful obsession that she has seen her husband go over the edge, and due to there being no one else around, could get accused of murder.

Although the twist ending leans on Hitchcock’s Vertigo, along with a sheer slice of incredible luck with timing, the writers keep the twists running downstream smoothly, thanks to a macabre sting of Elisa seeing her Noir fears swimmingly enter reality. Whilst sounding a bit out of place in not even trying to put on a fake British accent, Yori Bertin still gives a great, anti-Femme Fatale turn as the shredded nerves of Elisa, who is supported by Dominique Paturel’s holding Morcot with a zestful, calming determination on stopping Elisa from making the false step.
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Post by VincentPrice » November 4th, 2019, 11:02 pm

1. Born to Kill-1947: 10/10 (rewatch)
2. Find the Blackmailer-1943: 8/10

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Post by blueboybob » November 5th, 2019, 12:51 am

33. Night Without Sleep (1952)
34. Black Angel (1946)
35. Affair in Havana (1957)

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Post by morrison-dylan-fan » November 5th, 2019, 2:39 am

jdidaco wrote:
November 3rd, 2019, 10:44 pm
Thanks for hosting, clemmetarey!

Every Noirvember at the Roxie Theatre (San Francisco) film curator/critic Don Malcolm programs a series of French Noir films called "The French Had a Name for It", and this year, in its 6th edition, he chose to focus on 60s Noir ("Darkness in the Sixties"). I'm choosing, for this batch and the ones to follow, some titles he selected for this and previous editions of the festival, with a special focus on the 60s - http://midcenturyproductions.com/index.html

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1. Die Ratten (The Rats, Robert Siodmak, 1955) 8/0
2. Les héros sont fatigués (Heroes and Sinners, Yves Ciampi, 1955) 8/10
3. Teufel in Seide (Devil in Silk, Rolf Hansen, 1956) 7.5/10
4. La corde raide (Lovers on a Tightrope, Jean-Charles Dudrumet, 1960) 8/10
5. Leviathan (Dark Journey, Léonard Keigel, 1962) 9/10
6. L'accident (The Accident, Edmond T. Gréville, 1963) 8.5/10
7. Le faux pas (The False Step, Antoine d'Ormesson, 1965) 8/10
8. Les étrangers (The Strangers, Jean-Pierre Desagnat, 1969) 8/10
9. Detektive (Detective, Rudolf Thome, 1969) 8/10
10. La saignée (The Contract, Claude Mulot 1971) 8.5/10

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Hi JD,I hope you had a good weekend,with db being the only person around online who has reviewed it,how did you find False Step to be?

Due to not having been able to find the films/Eng Subs,I splashed out recently on importing Léonard Keigel's Queen of Spades & Leviathan after db has been raving about them to me.

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Post by AB537 » November 5th, 2019, 4:21 am

4. M (Joseph Losey, 1951) 6.5/10 ... Not terrible, but yet another (early) example of an English language remake that pales in comparison with the original version in another language

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Post by jeroeno » November 5th, 2019, 5:13 am

5. The Man is Armed (1956)
6. Hit and Run (1957)
7. Experiment Alcatraz (1950)
8. Hunt the Man Down (1950)

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Post by maxwelldeux » November 5th, 2019, 5:23 am

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1. Brute Force (1947)
2. 5 Against the House (1955)
Samuel Fuller double feature!

3. Shock Corridor (1963)
This... was something else. I loved it - some conventional shooting, some artistic shots, some surreal editing that helped set the stage for the setting in a mental institution. Really interesting look at what it takes to "survive" in a mental institution in the '60s.

4. Pickup on South Street (1953)
This was a more conventional noir with some great shadow work. The "romance" was flat and the acting/writing was a little clunky, but this was still a solid watch.

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Post by sebby » November 5th, 2019, 5:39 am

02 A Bittersweet Life (2005)
03 Side Effects (2013)

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Post by blueboybob » November 5th, 2019, 10:51 am

36. The Unseen (1945)
37. Pickup (1951)
38. Outside the Wall (1950)

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Post by mightysparks » November 5th, 2019, 1:43 pm

1. Murder, My Sweet (1944) 6/10
A detective recounts a case involving the search of an ex-con's former girlfriend. This was decently paced and had some really cool shots. The acting and dialogue were pretty typical of noir and it felt really wooden and stagey most of the time. The story was also pretty formulaic with all the twists and turns you'd expect, with a boring lead character and stupid women characters. There were moments that drew me in, but they were few and far between. The mystery gets less interesting the more that it goes on and the reveal is pretty anti-climactic.

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Post by ryebass » November 5th, 2019, 1:48 pm

2. The Stranger (1946) - 7.5/10

Welles and Robinson both strong; Welles always with that screw that isn't quite tight perfect for this role, with Robinson dead-earnest in pursuit. And Loretta Young's pronunciation of 'Gnat-zee' was interesting and, I'm guessing, representative for the time. Felt very much, if i closed my eyes, like I was listening to a classic radio drama from the same period - with the same ubiquitious stars of course.
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1. The Killing (1956) - 9.5/10
2. The Stranger (1946) - 7.5/10

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Post by blueboybob » November 5th, 2019, 3:47 pm

39. The Other Woman (1954)
40. The Amazing Mr. X (1948)

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Post by Coryn » November 5th, 2019, 4:21 pm

4. Sweet Smell of Success (1957)
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Post by frbrown » November 5th, 2019, 5:32 pm

16. Iron Man (1951)
17. The Getaway (1994)
18. The Long Haul (1957)
19. Sealed Lips (1942)
20. The Lost Hours (1952)
21. Cry Wolf (1947)

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1. Southside 1-1000 (1950)
2. Chase a Crooked Shadow (1958)
3. Daybreak (1948)
4. Beyond a Reasonable Doubt (1956)
5. Death of a Scoundrel (1956)
6. Street of Chance (1942)
7. Calling Homicide (1956)
8. The Bedroom Window (1987)
9. Cover Girl Killer (1959)
10. Heist (2001)
11a. Johnny Staccato: Murder in Hi-Fi (1959)
11b. Johnny Staccato: Fly Baby, Fly (1959)
11c. Johnny Staccato: Tempted (1959)
12. The Bonnie Parker Story (1958)
13. The Steel Jungle (1956)
14. I'll Get You for This (1951)
15. The Return of the Whistler (1948)
16. Iron Man (1951)
17. The Getaway (1994)
18. The Long Haul (1957)
19. Sealed Lips (1942)
20. The Lost Hours (1952)
21. Cry Wolf (1947)

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Post by albajos » November 5th, 2019, 8:01 pm

04. Fuck Up (2012) Norway 68 checks [double]

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02. The Spider Woman (1943) USA 168 checks [double]
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04. Fuck Up (2012) Norway 68 checks [double]

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Post by blueboybob » November 5th, 2019, 8:27 pm

41. City of Fear (1959)

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Post by Cippenham » November 5th, 2019, 8:54 pm

3. The Glass Key 1942

Some great acting here with Alan Ladd and Veronica Lake. Some real gangster action too. Shows you how politics was done too in those days. Very high standard for a noir.

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Post by Coryn » November 5th, 2019, 9:14 pm

Are all movies on the tspdt 1000 essentials eligible ?
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Post by blueboybob » November 5th, 2019, 9:24 pm

42. Shadow of a Woman (1946)
43. Screaming Mimi (1958)

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Post by 72aicm » November 5th, 2019, 9:29 pm

9. Blood on the Moon (1948)
10. The Glass Wall (1953)
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1. Too Late for Tears (1949)
2. The Friends of Eddie Coyle (1973)
3. You Only Live Once (1937)
4. The Devil Thumbs a Ride (1947)
5. The Hoodlum (1951)
6. Classe tous risques (1960)
7. Bodyguard (1948)
8. Experiment in Terror (1962)
9. Blood on the Moon (1948)
10. The Glass Wall (1953)

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Post by Coryn » November 5th, 2019, 9:51 pm

5. Strangers on a Train (1951)
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Post by Nopros » November 5th, 2019, 10:32 pm

5. Fallen Angel (1945)
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1. Stranger on the Third Floor (1940)
2. I Wake Up Screaming (1941)
3. The Glass Key (1942)
4. The Human Jungle (1954)
5. Fallen Angel (1945)

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Post by maxwelldeux » November 5th, 2019, 10:40 pm

Coryn wrote:
November 5th, 2019, 9:14 pm
Are all movies on the tspdt 1000 essentials eligible ?
Historically, anything on either of the two official TSPDT Noir lists are eligible, as are anything on the 3249-movie-long encyclopedia list linked in the OP. Beyond that, make a case for why you think something should be included.

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Post by flavo5000 » November 5th, 2019, 11:01 pm

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14. Edge of the City (1957)
List: TSPDT 1000 Noir #606

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15. One False Move (1992)
List: TSPDT 1000 Noir #489

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16. L'humanité (1999)
List: A Comprehensive Encyclopedia of Film Noir

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17. Bad Blonde (1953)
List: TSPDT 1000 Noir #526
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1. Appointment with Danger (1950)
2. Rope of Sand (1949)
3. The Tall Target (1951)
4. The Place Beyond the Pines (2012)
5. Take Aim at the Police Van (1960)
6. Storm Warning (1951)
7. Violent Cop (1989)
8. Le silence de la mer (1949)
9. The Burglar (1957)
10. A Double Life (1947)
11. Romeo Is Bleeding (1993)
12. Crashout (1955)
13. The Unsuspected (1947)
14. Edge of the City (1957)
15. One False Move (1992)
16. L'humanité (1999)
17. Bad Blonde (1953)

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Post by mightysparks » November 6th, 2019, 3:28 am

2. The Hitch-Hiker (1953) 6/10
Two men on a fishing trip pick up a hitch-hiker who turns out to be an escaped convict who holds them at gunpoint. This was pretty impressive its time but this kind of film has been done so many times that it feels stale, despite being decently enjoyable. It looks good, and is well-paced, managing to keep the tension going throughout; though, it's never quite a 'sitting on the edge of your seat' kind of thrill. The acting is decent, but the characters are pretty bland. The 'psychological' games and torture are pretty basic and considering Myers' teasing them for being weak, there's never much character growth.

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Post by morrison-dylan-fan » November 6th, 2019, 3:47 am

FTV:5: The Glass Cage (1955)6

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Left to sit on the shelf for a year before getting taken out of the tomb, Richard H. Landau’s adaptation of A.E. Martin’s novel keeps this Film Noir fresh despite the delays made on it, thanks to a quirky edge. Holding the Noir mystery under a carnival tent of The 70 Day Starving Man act, who from being locked in a glass cell which the public gawk at, that brings in other strange carnival folk and murders slammed on top of the tomb. Entering this public gallery freak show lit in raw low-lighting by director Montgomery Tully & cinematographer Walter J. Harvey, John Ireland gives a fine, hard-nose turn as Pelham. Joining Pelham,Sid James and Honor Blackman give fun turns,along with cheerful cameos by Frank Williams and Bernard Bresslaw, who all join in locking up the tomb.

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Post by frbrown » November 6th, 2019, 4:51 am

22. Behind the High Wall (1956)
23. Chicago Syndicate (1955)
24. I, Jane Doe (1948)
25. Kiss of Death (1995)

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1. Southside 1-1000 (1950)
2. Chase a Crooked Shadow (1958)
3. Daybreak (1948)
4. Beyond a Reasonable Doubt (1956)
5. Death of a Scoundrel (1956)
6. Street of Chance (1942)
7. Calling Homicide (1956)
8. The Bedroom Window (1987)
9. Cover Girl Killer (1959)
10. Heist (2001)
11a. Johnny Staccato: Murder in Hi-Fi (1959)
11b. Johnny Staccato: Fly Baby, Fly (1959)
11c. Johnny Staccato: Tempted (1959)
12. The Bonnie Parker Story (1958)
13. The Steel Jungle (1956)
14. I'll Get You for This (1951)
15. The Return of the Whistler (1948)
16. Iron Man (1951)
17. The Getaway (1994)
18. The Long Haul (1957)
19. Sealed Lips (1942)
20. The Lost Hours (1952)
21. Cry Wolf (1947)
22. Behind the High Wall (1956)
23. Chicago Syndicate (1955)
24. I, Jane Doe (1948)
25. Kiss of Death (1995)

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Post by Nathan Treadway » November 6th, 2019, 5:44 am

7. The Glass Key
8. The C-Man
9. The G-Men
10. The T-Men
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4. The Hitch-Hiker
5. Pitfall
6. Hollow Triumph
7. The Glass Key
8. The C-Man
9. The G-Men
10. The T Men

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Post by jeroeno » November 6th, 2019, 5:55 am

9. The Phantom of 42nd Street (1945)
10. Julie (1956)

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Post by Coryn » November 6th, 2019, 6:21 am

maxwelldeux wrote:
November 5th, 2019, 10:40 pm
Coryn wrote:
November 5th, 2019, 9:14 pm
Are all movies on the tspdt 1000 essentials eligible ?
Historically, anything on either of the two official TSPDT Noir lists are eligible, as are anything on the 3249-movie-long encyclopedia list linked in the OP. Beyond that, make a case for why you think something should be included.
It's just that for example I was about to see Jackie Brown which is nowhere stated as a film noir but on the other hand features on the tspdt 1000 noir list. Don't want to cheat of course but if they are all eligible then I might prioritize this challenge this month.
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Post by mightysparks » November 6th, 2019, 6:24 am

3. The Big Combo (1955) 6/10
A police lieutenant attempts to gather evidence against a powerful crime boss through his unhappy girlfriend. This was actually quite good, but failed to get me completely wrapped up in it. It's visually appealing with a nice use of shadows and fog. The acting is solid (with the exception of Helen Walker who felt really awkward) and the fast-talking villain is pretty cool, and easily the stand-out. My dad's cat is called Mister Brown though so the name made me laugh a little. I'm not a fan of the 'police detective with a creepy obsession on a woman he's investigating' character because they just come off as 'nice guys', and the girlfriend character was just a typical film-noir woman character and the film would've definitely been better without the stupid obsession and a character not existing just for men to be in love with.
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Post by mightysparks » November 6th, 2019, 9:05 am

4. Panic in the Streets (1950) 7/10
A doctor discovers that a killer on the loose may be infected with pneumonic plague and teams up with the police to find him within 48 hours to prevent an outbreak. This was pretty gripping a really well made film. It looked beautiful and had some really interesting framing and shots, as well as good looking settings and cool use of lighting and shadows. The acting was great, Widmark was a solid lead and he and Douglas had good chemistry, making for an entertaining 'buddy cop' team. The dialogue was also nice, and though the film did feel a bit too choreographed at times, it helped prevent it coming across too stilted or theatrical.

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Post by blueboybob » November 6th, 2019, 12:02 pm

44. Strange Fascination (1952)
45. One Way Street (1950)
46. The Maltese Falcon (1931)
47. Race Street (1948)
48. Nightfall (1956)

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Post by peeptoad » November 6th, 2019, 12:21 pm

3. I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang (1932) 8
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Post by ororama » November 6th, 2019, 12:23 pm

3. The Narrow Margin (1952) * 71 min.

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1. The Crooked Way (1949) * 89 min.
2. Shield for Murder (1954) * 82 min.

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Post by vortexsurfer » November 6th, 2019, 1:44 pm

3. The Stranger (Orson Welles, 1946)

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Post by blueboybob » November 6th, 2019, 7:03 pm

49. A Dangerous Profession (1949)
50. Shakedown (1950)
51. Quicksand (1950)
52. Kill Her Gently (1957)
53. Please Murder Me! (1956)

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