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  1. Isaac's rating of the film Scarlet Caddesi

    O fato desse filme ter sido banido em três cidades nos EUA já é suficiente para comprovar o quão chocante, sombrio e amoral é este filme para os padrões da época. Até em seus momentos cômicos, é um filme perverso, que gradualmente vai entrando numa tormenta até o desfecho, onde a escuridão engole tudo. Boas atuações, direção, edição de som e história. Um film noir bem tenso, onde diferentes paixões são mortais.

  2. Xphilo Liranzo's rating of the film Scarlet Caddesi

  3. Erklgh's rating of the film Scarlet Caddesi

    Arte, Suggar daddies, amor no correspondido, suicidios fallidos... un film hecho para el publico del 2018 !!!

  4. jaigrudevaom's rating of the film Scarlet Caddesi

    you have to sacrifice something when you are in love even if you are in love with evil or money or past or youth. there goes his masterpiece about morality, his dreams about youth.

  5. Danny Mansfield's rating of the film Scarlet Caddesi

  6. Stefano Campagna's rating of the film Scarlet Caddesi

  7. Dan Kenneth Gigernes's rating of the film Scarlet Caddesi

    Edward G. Robinson get manipulated on screen so wonderfully by femme fatale Joan Bennett that I can't turn away from it. Only the moralistic ending put there by Hollywood producers ruin an almost perfect film.

  8. Trevor L. Charles's rating of the film Scarlet Caddesi

    Really well done, but so depressing.

  9. whimisical melancholy's rating of the film Scarlet Caddesi

    a fucking amazing femme fatale // 3.5

  10. misu's rating of the film Scarlet Caddesi

  11. Fabio Osvaldo Carta's rating of the film Scarlet Caddesi

  12. Jenny Coldpussy's rating of the film Scarlet Caddesi

    Since I knew this movie is a remake of Jean Renoir's La Chienne, I expected to hate it. But I have to admit it works better as a film noir. If only they had kept the original ending, it would've been a true masterpiece. But I guess with the melodramatic nature of 1940s noir and the Hays code tyranny, keeping the cynical, morally ambiguous ending was just unthinkable.

  13. Stu Witmer's rating of the film Scarlet Caddesi

    If you're buying acting by the pound this would be a real bargain. Not to mention a Costco Cartload of Content. It's a real existential problem of advance physics figuring out how it all fits into just 100 minutes. Aka Schrödinger's Movie. All this and Fine At too!

  14. Samuel T.'s rating of the film Scarlet Caddesi

    4.6 16mm. "Welp, there goes the masterpiece." Banned in cities across the US, one reason being "the failure of the characters to receive orthodox punishment from the police," yet the one of three pathetic characters who lives will carry on a life of perpetual mortification and madness. No heroes. And did any other major film before Psycho imply such a toilet scene, which here, happens to be the disposal of a flower?

  15. Aardsy's rating of the film Scarlet Caddesi

  16. Nick Potter's rating of the film Scarlet Caddesi

    Another masterfully crafted noir piece by Lang that gets elevated by a terrific Edward G. Robinson in lead and Joan Bennett, magnificent as ever, right next to him.

  17. Dory Bakiewicz Ehmer's rating of the film Scarlet Caddesi

  18. David R Williams's rating of the film Scarlet Caddesi

    Edward G. Robinson. Joan Bennett. and Dan Duryea! Directed by Fritz Lang. What's not to like?

  19. Nabil Hamzaki's rating of the film Scarlet Caddesi

    "Paint me, Chris. They'll be masterpieces."

  20. captainfez's rating of the film Scarlet Caddesi

    Chock-full of the joie de vivre we've come to expect from Fritz Lang.

  21. Slappy McGee's rating of the film Scarlet Caddesi

    (4.5 stars) Great film noir with several twists and turns along the way. Ending is particularly solid. Love watching Robinson play a bit of a meek and easy mark of a character. Great femme fatale in this one as well. Well shot and well directed by Lang. Great stuff!

  22. Jacques de Villiers's rating of the film Scarlet Caddesi

    On one level it's hard not to read Fritz Lang's Scarlet Street as a parable for the hardworking artist in Hollywood, who sells not only his soul to the dream factory but his artistic recognition too. This is noir with most of its genre trappings shaved off, leaving a quivering tale of paranoia and despair, personified by Edward G. Robinson's plebeian Chris Cross: the noir anti-hero God forgot to boil and spat out raw

  23. Monkey Flix's rating of the film Scarlet Caddesi

    And the Hollywood Production Code ruins another perfectly good film noir!

  24. Paola Solari's rating of the film Scarlet Caddesi

    Scarlet Street is as depressive, fatalistic and aggressive as you would expect a noir to be. With a lot of threads that are neatly tied together in a sharp finale, the strong point of the movie is its plot. To the extent that characters felt more like plot drivers than actual humans. But my biggest gripe with the film was its overt misogyny, even for a noir with masculinity as its main theme, i couldn't look past it