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The Third Man

The story tells more of the tragedy of love, murder and deception. It speaks of Holly Martins, the West Wonders author, who arrives bankrupt as a guest of his childhood Harry Lame to find him dead. It may not have been all right during those investigations into that mysterious death. This mythical story begins with love, deception and murder, where there seems to be a tragedy close to reality.
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Willamette Week
July 01, 2015 What really makes the film sing, though, isn't the jaunty and iconic zither score by Anton Karas. It's the film's groundbreaking visual aesthetic, which combines noir tropes with expressionism to create a visual wonderland of living shadows.
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Monthly Film Bulletin
August 01, 2015 By the very nature of its settings and story, there are occasional reminiscences of Lang and Hitchcock, but there is nothing borrowed or imitated. Stylistically, The Third Man is Reed's most impressive film.
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July 03, 2015 It's an exciting experience, dazzling and entertaining and thought-provoking.
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Seattle Times
July 02, 2015 Reed and screenwriter Graham Greene let the story unfold slowly and deliberately, like the cigarette smoke that floats around the characters, and keep us guessing at every step.
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Village Voice
June 23, 2015 The Third Man is a movie of sobering pleasures.
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Time Out
June 24, 2015 A lot funnier than you remember it, Carol Reed's immortal 1949 film noir seems to exist in the space between two worlds: an earlier time when thrillers were mostly serious affairs, and a future one, when such supremely witty entertainments felt passé.
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July 28, 2015 Welles was a still-ridiculously young 34 when he played Harry, but he was probably born sounding 56...
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Chicago Tribune
July 02, 2015 Like many, I have loved this thriller of conscience and betrayal most of my moviegoing life.
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Boston Globe
August 06, 2015 Krasker's camera reveals a dank, matte, defeated city - so dully vivid as to be a character unto itself - except that this Vienna becomes something altogether different seen at night or underground.
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June 26, 2015 "The Third Man" is important not just because of its technique but because of its theme ...
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July 04, 2015 The bombed buildings, piles of rubble and their evocative shadows form a haunting backdrop to the outdoor scenes, particularly at night. ... Greene's talent for dialogue and suspense shine. [It] has more twists and turns than a rollercoaster.
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March 09, 2017 There's an element of show-off quality in The Third Man-it's a stylistic tour de force of bravura lighting, brilliant location shooting, dynamic imagery, and sharp angles throwing the world off kilter-but Reed rises to the challenge of Greene's script.
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Annabelle: Creation
IMDb: 7
109 min
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...