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  • Night and the City (1992 film)

    1992 American neo-noir crime drama film and a remake of the 1950 film noir of the same name, itself an adaptation of Gerald Kersh's 1938 novel. Directed by Irwin Winkler from a script by Richard Price. Wikipedia

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    • The best scene of the film is the final confrontation between Yolly and Connie over the missing half million dollars makes for a gripping film-noir drama.Nora Aunor-Wikipedia
    • Film noir, to which lower budgets lent themselves, became something of a house style at the studio, indeed, the RKO B Stranger on the Third Floor (1940) is widely seen as initiating noir's classic period.RKO Pictures-Wikipedia
    • His breakthrough from supporting roles to stardom came with High Sierra (1941) and The Maltese Falcon (1941), considered one of the first great noir films.Humphrey Bogart-Wikipedia
    • In 2008, a black and white episode on a Film noir theme was planned, to be written by Chad Michael Murray.One Tree Hill (TV series)-Wikipedia
    • Eastwood is fond of low-key lighting and back-lighting to give his films a "noir-ish" feel.Clint Eastwood-Wikipedia
    • Manson presented some of her work to Geffen Records in 2008, who found it "too noir", prompting Manson and Geffen to terminate her contract by mutual agreement.Shirley Manson-Wikipedia

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