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The cast is excellent, especially delivering the great backbiting dialogue. And the plot contains more twists than Lombard Street in San Francisco, and will keep viewers guessing, and riveted, to the end. Extras include a great commentary by Alan K. Rode, an expert in film noir, as well as two wonderful featurettes, on the careers of Ginger Rogers and Gene Tierney respectively. Robert Osbourne offers his always insightful thoughts on the roles of Rogers, especially, as she sought to carve out a career after being paired with Fred Astaire. These solo steps are not to be missed.--A.T. Hurley
This is one of her adult roles, and she does a good job.
It has some Noir touch due to the dark mood the film goes into when the murder hits - but I wouldn't call it a true Film Noir like Nightmare Alley or Out of the Past.
By the end of the movie we've learned Peter is dogged and desperate, but slowly figuring things out.
This is a Great old Movie with an Older Ginger Rogers. I didn't realize she made serious movies as well as her dancing ones with Fred Astaire.Published 2 months ago by Jennifer J. Mueller
Okay, I watched it for about an hour and it was so tedious. The stuff doesn't pick up until towards the latter half but then it's so inane that you don't even care "who did... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Bartok Kinski