- SCARLET STREET
SUN 7:40 MON 2:50
- THE BIG CLOCK
SUN 9:40 MON 1:00 4:50
2 FILMS FOR 1 ADMISSION
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(1945, Fritz Lang) Sunday painter Edward G. Robinson moves from canvas to toenails in his infatuation for hooker Joan Bennett, but draws the line when finding her with sleazeball Dan Duryea. Print courtesy Library of Congress. Approx. 103 min. 35mm.
“Textbook Noir. Unforgettable.” – J. Hoberman
“One of Holly wood's most tortuous and bleak visions of the delusive power of the imagination."
– TIme Out (London)
(1948, John Farrow) Monomaniacal magazine mogul Charles Laughton orders Crimeways editor Ray Milland to track down a murderer — with all clues pointing to Milland himself. Approx. 95 min. 35mm.
MON 1:00, 4:50
“Will remind you not only of The Blue Dahlia but of Graham Greene and Hitchcock, with a dash of Hammett and Ambler.”
– David Shipman
“An excellent noir thriller... Farrow creates a coldly threatening atmosphere, mainly through his expert use of the styles and shapes of modern architecture.”
– Time Out (London)