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  • Even if this film admittedly has a lot of quality to iat and is groundbreaking in its style when it was made in the 1950s, I don't find the story all that engaging as the so called experts usually do, and the ending of the film is rather weak compared to the rest of it
  • However, it has some scenes in it I will never forget

    • by limonar
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      This Otto Preminger classic features Frank Sinatra in his most famous movie part, as a gambling drug addict with a good heart who tries to hold his life together. An intense film that was controversial in

      its direct way of depicting drugs and drug addicts without putting any judgement to it. Frank Sinatra is very believable as the poor man whom the audience develops a sympathy for, but in some scenes it ...

      • shows that he acting wasn’t his true profession. Even if this film admittedly has a lot of quality to iat and is groundbreaking in its style when it was made in the 1950s, I don’t find
        the story all that engaging as the so called experts usually do, and the ending of the film is rather weak compared to the rest of it. However, it has some scenes in it I will never forget.



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