Friday, June 10

Repertory Series ArchivePrime Noir of the 1950s

In a Lonely Place

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(1950) dir Nicholas Ray w/Humphrey Bogart, Gloria Grahame [94 min; 35mm]
Bogie plays a boozy screenwriter who may or may not have murdered a hatcheck girl. Grahame plays his sympathetic neighbor who provides a convenient alibi… until she begins to suspect that he may actually be guilty. Named as a #1 favorite noir by none other than expert Eddie Mueller, author of Dark City: The Lost World of Film Noir and co-founder of the Film Noir Foundation.

Contributor Stephen Mayne writes about IN A LONELY PLACE for Brattle Film Notes

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Friday 6/10
at 5:30 7:30 9:30 PM

 
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