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In a Lonely Place

Nicholas Ray / US, 1950 / 94 min.

In a Lonely Place is acclaimed as one of the best films of the 1950s. The film was a milestone in the career of classic Hollywood author Nicholas Ray. Featuring Humphrey Bogart in a vulnerable role.

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A talented but down-on-his-luck screenwriter with a bad temper – Humphrey Bogart in a strikingly vulnerable role – is the prime suspect of a cruel murder committed in Hollywood. The only person able to give him an alibi is a seductive neighbour (Gloria Grahame) with a troubled past of her own.

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Nicholas Ray

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In a Lonely Place


94 min.







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Film Noir

Rain-drenched streets, curls of cigarette smoke, and men with a dark past. An inescapable fate and a femme fatale, sly and sexually independent. This summer Eye is presenting an extended programme of classic film noir, featuring masterpieces such as The Third Man and In a Lonely Place starring Humphrey Bogart. With vintage 35mm prints and newly restored works.

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