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In a Lonely Place
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In a Lonely Place 1950

From Amazon: One of Humphrey Bogart's finest performances dominates this unusual 1950 film noir, which focuses less on the murder mystery at the center of its plot than on the investigation's devastating effect on a fragile romance. For Bogart, already a noir icon, the Andrew Solt script afforded an opportunity to explore a more complex and contradictory role--an antiheroic persona in line with the actor's most accomplished and absorbing triumphs throughout his career. For maverick director Nicholas Ray, the film posed the challenge of taking crime dramas beyond their usual formulas and into a more mature realm, as well as a chance to cast a jaundiced...

Directed By:
No image existsNicholas Ray
Written By:
No image existsAndrew Solt
No image existsHumphrey Bogart
No image existsGloria Grahame
No image existsFrank Lovejoy
No image existsCarl Benton Reid
No image existsArt Smith
No image existsJeff Donnell

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In a Lonely Place Movie Review by Movie Addict (9/1/2007)

Usually Jack Nicholson gets the good romantic lines, but Bogey beat him here, and beat Adam Sandler in a story of anger management.

"I was born when she kissed me. I died when she left me. I lived a few weeks while she loved me." That has to be just about the most romantic line I have ever heard in a film. It's even...

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