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September 28, 2017

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  • 8:00 PM

    In A Lonely Place- 35 mm print!

    September 28, 2017

    Film Noir / 1950 / 94 minutes

    1950 was a year for Hollywood to reflect upon its own suspect morality, with Nicholas Ray’s superlative noir In A Lonely Place rounding out a golden trifecta that includes Sunset Boulevard and All About Eve. Humphrey Bogart plays a down-his-luck, burnt-out screenwriter (is there any other kind?) who finds renewed inspiration after finding himself a murder suspect and falling in love with a struggling actress (Gloria Grahame) who is also linked to the case. Ray – destined to be the idol of the French New Wave a decade later – is at the height of his powers; his skill behind the camera uncontestable, moving beyond thriller conventions to deliver a complex and decidedly bleak portrait of his chosen industry. And with Bogart delivering what is regarded as one of his best performances – one reportedly close to his true self – you have what can only be termed a classic.

  • 10:00 PM

    In A Lonely Place – 35mm print!

    September 28, 2017

    Film Noir / 1950 / 94 minutes

    1950 was a year for Hollywood to reflect upon its own suspect morality, with Nicholas Ray’s superlative noir In A Lonely Place rounding out a golden trifecta that includes Sunset Boulevard and All About Eve. Humphrey Bogart plays a down-his-luck, burnt-out screenwriter (is there any other kind?) who finds renewed inspiration after finding himself a murder suspect and falling in love with a struggling actress (Gloria Grahame) who is also linked to the case. Ray – destined to be the idol of the French New Wave a decade later – is at the height of his powers; his skill behind the camera uncontestable, moving beyond thriller conventions to deliver a complex and decidedly bleak portrait of his chosen industry. And with Bogart delivering what is regarded as one of his best performances – one reportedly close to his true self – you have what can only be termed a classic.

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September 28, 2017