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I always liked The Woman On The Beach 1947 , Jean Renoir with Joan Bennett and Robert Ryan its not a major RKO noir but it's quietly haunting in its own way.


Very insightful review of this "minor" noir film. Made me enjoy the film more.

Joe Thompson

Thanks for talking about Aldo Ray. He always gave his characters more depth than the script might have contained.

Interesting comment about Jacques and his father. I grew up reading film books that said what a wonderful director Maurice was, and that he had a son who was also a director. I had no idea Maurice may have shaped his son in such a negative way. Great artists are often lousy people.


its so cool movie

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