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  • World War Ii 20 Th Century
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    Forty years after Raymond Borde and tienne Chaumeton defined the challenge, critical commentators on film noir continue to grapple with it. Ironically, American writers did not immediately take up consideration of this indigenous phenomenon and the question of its "essential traits. " Only gradually in a frequently cross-referenced series of essays in the 1970 s did they begin to express themselves. There are now a dozen full-length books in English concerning film noir and undoubtedly more to f...
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  • Film Noir Classic Period
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    ... or of Evil (MGM, 1948), Framed (Columbia, 1947), Out of the Past (RKO, 1947), The Pitfall (United Artists, 1948), and The Unsuspected (Warner Bros. , 1947) and discover that eight different directors, cinematographers, and screenwriters adapted different original stories for different stars at eight different studios. These people of great and small technical reputations created eight otherwise unrelated motion pictures with one cohesive style. 3 I have previously contended that the noir cyc...
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  • William Randolph Hearst Contemporary Literary Criticism Vol
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    George Orson Welles, known more commonly as Orson Welles was a director, producer, writer, and actor. Mr. Welles was born on May 6, 1915, in Kenosha, Wisconsin. His father was an inventor and manufacturer and his mother a talented pianist. Welles was regarded as an absolute genius from early childhood and his creative abilities were encouraged and nurtured. His early childhood was to a large extent, directed by his mother's physician and admirer, Dr. Maurice Bernstein. (Russell 9) He made a succ...
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  • Violence And Crime Femme Fatale
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    On the Dark Side: Fight Club & Neo-Noir In Fight Club (David Fincher, 1999) the director, Fincher, presents the elements that are essential in a Neo-Noir film. The most obvious of the characteristics is the dark overtone of the film. Fight Club is mostly set in night or in shadows as are most noir films. The other obvious characteristic of Neo-Noir is the voice over narration. Voice over narration is when a voice off screen is doing a narration of what is happening on screen. This narration is p...
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  • L A Confidential Film Noir
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    L. A Confidential (Curtis Hanson, 1997) is a neo-noir film about a shooting at an all night diner and the three Las Angeles policeman who investigate in their own unique ways. It is based on the book by James Ellroy and after a very well adapted screenplay, won nine academy awards. It starred actors with big names like Russell Crowe, Guy Pearce and Danny Devito, which made it a very high earning film. The Narrative or storyline is much the same as any other film noir movie. It has a 'hard boiled...
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  • Black And White Maltese Falcon
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    In my opinion, The Maltese Falcon is the best example of the detective story of the early years of XX century, which was followed by the creation of movie. Written in 1930, The Maltese Falcon creates its own rules and style for detective fiction. It was a groundbreaking book, offering up a style of writing that most had not seen before. Hammett wrote as if everyone wanted to talk: smooth, assured, and witty. He wrote with a graceful masculinity that made being bad beautiful. He created a world w...
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  • Fell In Love One Of The Greatest
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    Movie review: Detour Outline: 1. Detour by Edgar G. Ulmer as a classic example of film noir of 1940 s. 2. The films short summary and the main characters. 3. The process of films production: 3. 1 Screenplay; 3. 2 Some foreground and background techniques; 3. 3 Stylistic imperfections of Detour. 4. Conclusion. Detour is a classic film noir of 1945, directed by Edgar G. Ulmer. Film noir is a term used in cinema basicly to describe stylish Hollywood crime dramas, particularly those that emphasize m...
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  • Black And White Maltese Falcon
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    The Maltese Falcon In my opinion, The Maltese Falcon is the best example of the detective story of the early years of XX century, which was followed by the creation of movie. Written in 1930, The Maltese Falcon creates its own rules and style for detective fiction. It was a groundbreaking book, offering up a style of writing that most had not seen before. Hammett wrote as if everyone wanted to talk: smooth, assured, and witty. He wrote with a graceful masculinity that made being bad beautiful. H...
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  • Left Hand Side Orson Welles
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    Robert Robert Aldrich Robert Aldrich Robert Aldrich was born into an extremely wealthy family. He became an assistant director in Hollywood, working in the 1945 1952 period with many directors. A notably high percentage of these were in the extreme left: Jean Renoir, Lewis Milestone, Robert Rose, Joseph Love, Charles Chaplin. Kiss Me Deadly Kiss Me Deadly (1955) is Aldrich's most remarkable film. Aldrich began directing in 1953, and by then, the film noir cycle had run its course as a Hollywood ...
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  • Black And White Film Noir
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    EXISTENTIALISM IN FILM I could not say where or how existentialist themes first emerged in film. Often times, critics will point to the work of Ingmar Bergman and Federico Fellini as early examples. Indeed, these two men are titans in their art, and they will be discussed in this essay. However, it occurs to me that a certain genre of film being made in America during the late forties and early fifties perhaps deserves credit for treating very early, if not for the first time, subject matter and...
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  • World War Ii Femme Fatale
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    Film Noir Almost every critic has his own definition of film noir, and a personal list of film titles and dates to back it up. (Schrader 2). The United States of America emerged from World War II drastically different from when they entered. The American society had changed in every aspect, even the American ideology differed from earlier ages. These changes had cultural impact, and in the middle of these confused times there occurred something previously unseen in the magical world of celluloid...
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  • World War Ii Humphrey Bogart
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    Film noir is one of the most beloved and popular &# 34; period&# 34; film genres of the late twentieth century, although at the time that the movies comprising the genre were made, the term film noir was unknown. Essentially, it mean &# 34; black film&# 34; a variation on the nineteenth-century French critical term roman noir, or &# 34; black novel&# 34; referring to any number of doom-laden, deeply psychological crime dramas of the 1940 s and 1950 s. At the time they were made, the movies were ...
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  • World War Ii Film Noir
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    Forty years after Raymond Borde and? tienne Chaumeton defined the challenge, critical commentators on film noir continue to grapple with it. Ironically, American writers did not immediately take up consideration of this indigenous phenomenon and the question of its essential traits. Only gradually in a frequently cross-referenced series of essays in the 1970 s did they begin to express themselves. There are now a dozen full-length books in English concerning film noir and undoubtedly more to fol...
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  • Tells The Story Film Noir
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    Overview Fritz Lang (1890 - 1976), an Austrian-born film director, was one of the commanding figures of German and American cinema. In a career spanning over four decades, he pioneered entire new genres and modes of cinematic expression. From the distortions of German Expressionism to the malignant brooding of American film noir, Langs films depicted a fatalistic universe where all possibilities are predetermined. Fascinated by the psychology of violence, his movies were populated by murderers, ...
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  • William Randolph Hearst Contemporary Literary Criticism Vol
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    George Orson Welles, known more commonly as Orson Welles was a director, producer, writer, and actor. Mr. Welles was born on May 6, 1915, in Kenosha, Wisconsin. His father was an inventor and manufacturer and his mother a talented pianist. Welles was regarded as an absolute genius from early childhood and his creative abilities were encouraged and nurtured. His early childhood was to a large extent, directed by his mothers physician and admirer, Dr. Maurice Bernstein. (Russell 9) He made a succe...
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  • Humphrey Bogart Maltese Falcon
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    The mysterious legend of the Maltese Falcon unfolds as the opening scene reveals the origin of the jewel-encrusted black statue. Its history dates back ages, and it is said to have disappeared after a struggle at sea, with its whereabouts unknown. The black and white screen slowly provides a transition into the office, and intricate life of private eye Sam Spade (Humphrey Bogart). As the dialogue starts fast and furiously, a story involving murder, greed and betrayal unfolds on screen. This movi...
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  • End Of The 1930 Sherlock Holmes
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    The mystery has been popular for just about as long as films have had an audience. Almost as soon as filmmakers could do more than show loosely connected action, there was an interest in presenting puzzles, usually involving crime of some sort. The earliest filming's of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle&# 39; s Sherlock Holmes stories date from the first decade of the twentieth century, and the audience for such stories was already well in place. These early examples of mysteries largely concerned rudiment...
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