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Brighton Rock (John Boulting, 1949)

“The film succeeds admirably both as a crackerjack crime thriller and as a moral exposé of human evil.” Read my entire review of Kino’s new Blu-ray disc over at Slant Magazine.

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Capsule Reviews: June 7 – 9

Black Narcissus (Michael Powell, 1947) – 5/5 One of the great exemplars of Technicolor cinematography (provided by Jack Cardiff, who also lensed Powell’s equally ravishing follow-up The Red Shoes [1948]) – and that’s just the tip of the iceberg. A … Continue reading

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