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  • Kiss Me Deadly

    Kiss Me Deadly


    In the upside down world of this film, violence and nihilistic cruelty run rampant, in a hysterically brutal expressionist labyrinth. One where nothing makes sense and countless lives are lost in the name of a whatsit. The fatalistic cynicism which defines film noir (informed by Cold War era paranoia) is taken to its logical conclusion, once that Pandora’s box was opened a nuclear apocalypse seemed inevitable. Here the sense of finality is palpable, in a way that it isn’t in any other apocalyptic film I’ve ever seen.

  • Rebel Without a Cause

    Rebel Without a Cause


    “He’s sincere” is the most important line in the film, it’s why Plato and Judy are drawn to Jim Stark and why the film has such emotional resonance. Of course some people will perceive the film as too far fetched and melodramatic, but it’s the forceful earnestness which makes the film work.

    It’s a teen melodrama blown up in CinemaScope imbuing every moment with a sense of cosmic significance. From the boisterous scenes like the knife fight and game of…

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