From its witty dialogue to its fabulous set design and score, this is the way films should be made! Billy Wilder created one of the most enduring characters of all time (Norma Desmond) and was brave enough to make a film that lifts the veneer of Hollywood glamour to reveal its cruelty.
"I am big! It's the pictures that got small!"
A charming film loosely based on the highly influencial French Novelle Vague director Francois Truffaut’s boyhood in Paris. Neglected by his parents and deemed a juvenile delinquent by his teachers, Antoine…
The ultimate film noir in my humble opinion and one of the classics of not only the 1940s, but film in general. I love every element of this film but especially Barbara Stanwyck’s performance as the… read review