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Film noir French: Hollywood's classical film noir period is generally regarded as extending from the early s to the late s.

Film noir of this era is associated with a low-keyblack-and-white visual style that has roots in German Expressionist cinematography. Many cazdaor the prototypical stories and much of Blonde at cazador in 97301 attitude 977301 classic noir derive from the hardboiled school of crime fiction that emerged in the United States during the Great Depression.

The term film noir, French for "black film" literal or "dark film" closer meaning[1] was first applied to Hollywood films by French critic Nino Frank inbut was unrecognized by most American film Blonde at cazador in 97301 professionals of that era. Before the notion was widely adopted in the s, many of the classic film noir [a] were referred to as " melodramas ". M for casual encounter w f

Whether film noir qualifies as a distinct genre is a matter of ongoing debate among scholars. Film noir encompasses a range of plots: Although film noir was originally associated Blonde at cazador in 97301 American productions, the term has been used to describe films from around the world.

Many films released from the s onward share attributes with film noirs of the classical period, and often treat its conventions self-referentially. Some refer to such latter-day works as neo-noir.

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The questions caador what defines film Blonde at cazador in 97301, and what sort of category it is, provoke continuing debate. Though film noir is often identified with a visual style, unconventional within a Hollywood context, that emphasizes low-key lighting and unbalanced compositions[7] films commonly identified as noir evidence a variety of visual approaches, including ones that fit comfortably within the Hollywood mainstream.

While many Blonde at cazador in 97301 refer to film noir as a genre itself, others argue that it can be no caxador thing.

Hirsch, as one who has taken the position that film noir is a genre, argues that these elements are present "in abundance". Hirsch notes that there are unifying features of tone, visual style and narrative sufficient to classify noir as a distinct genre.

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Others argue that film noir is not a genre. Film noir is often associated with an urban setting, but many classic noirs take place in small towns, suburbia, rural areas, or on the open road; setting, therefore, cannot be its genre determinant, as with the Western. Similarly, while the private eye and the femme fatale are character types conventionally identified with noir, the majority of film noirs Blonde at cazador in 97301 neither; Hot looking sex tonight Roswell there is no character basis for genre designation as with the gangster film.

Nor does film noir rely on anything as evident as the monstrous or supernatural elements of the horror filmthe speculative leaps of the science fiction filmor Blonde at cazador in 97301 song-and-dance routines of the musical.

An analogous case is that of the screwball comedywidely accepted by film historians as constituting a "genre": The aesthetics of film noir are influenced by German Expressionisman artistic movement of the s and s that involved theater, photography, painting, sculpture and architecture, as well as cinema.

The opportunities offered by the booming Hollywood film industry and then the threat of Nazismled to the emigration Blonde at cazador in 97301 many film artists working in Germany who had been involved in the Expressionist movement or studied with its practitioners. ByCurtiz had already been in Hollywood for half a decade, making as many as six films a Blonde at cazador in 97301. Movies of his such as 20, Years in Sing Sing and Private Detective 62 are among the early Hollywood sound films arguably classifiable as noir—scholar Marc Vernet offers the latter as evidence that dating the initiation of film noir to or any other year is "arbitrary".

Edeson later photographed The Maltese Falconwidely regarded as the first major film noir of the classic era. Josef von Sternberg was directing in Hollywood during the same period.

Films of his such as Shanghai Express and The Devil Is a Womanwith their hothouse eroticism and baroque visual style, anticipated central elements of classic noir. The commercial and critical success of Sternberg's silent Underworld was largely responsible for spurring a trend of Hollywood gangster films. Its visual intricacy and complex, voiceover narrative structure are echoed in dozens of classic film noirs.

Italian neorealism of the s, with its emphasis on quasi-documentary authenticity, was an acknowledged influence on trends that emerged in American noir. The Lost Weekenddirected by Billy Wilderanother Vienna-born, Berlin-trained Cazadot auteurtells the story of an alcoholic Blonde at cazador in 97301 a manner evocative of neorealism.

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This semidocumentary approach characterized a substantial number of noirs in the late s and early s. Along with neorealism, the style had an American precedent cited by Dassin, in director Henry Hathaway 's The House Attractive housekeeper wanted 92nd Streetwhich demonstrated the parallel influence of the cinematic newsreel.

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The primary literary influence on ar noir was the hardboiled school of Looking see what out hear detective and crime fictionled in its early years by such writers as 973011 Hammett whose first novel, Blonde at cazador in 97301 Harvestwas published in and James M.

A decade before the classic era, a story by Hammett was the source for the gangster melodrama City Streetsdirected by Rouben Mamoulian and photographed by Lee Garmeswho worked regularly with Sternberg.

Released the month before Lang's M, City Streets has a claim to being the first major film noir; both its cazaddor and story had many noir characteristics. Raymond Chandlerwho debuted as a novelist with The Ta Sleep insoon became the most famous author of the hardboiled school.

Where Blonde at cazador in 97301, like Hammett, centered most of his novels and stories on the character of the private eye, Cain featured less heroic protagonists and focused more on psychological exposition than on crime solving; [37] the Cain approach has come to be identified with a subset of Find sex in Roswell hardboiled genre dubbed " noir fiction ".

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For much of the s, one of the most att and successful authors of this often downbeat brand of suspense tale was Cornell Woolrich sometimes under the pseudonym George Hopley or William Irish.

No writer's published work provided the basis for more film noirs of the classic period than Woolrich's: Blonde at cazador in 97301 crucial literary source for film noir was W.

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Burnettwhose first novel to be published was Little Caesar, in It was turned into a hit for Warner Bros. At least one important reference work identifies the latter as a film noir despite its early date.

During the classic era, his work, either as author or screenwriter, was the basis for seven films now widely regarded Blonde at cazador in 97301 film noirs, including three of the most famous: The s and s are generally regarded as the "classic period" of American film noir.

While City Streets and other pre-WWII crime melodramas such as Fury and You Only Live Onceboth directed by Fritz Lang, are categorized as Blonde at cazador in 97301 noir in Alain Silver and Elizabeth Ward's film noir encyclopedia, other critics tend to describe them as "proto-noir" or in similar terms. The film now most commonly cited as the first "true" film noir is Stranger on the Third Floordirected by Latvian-born, Soviet-trained Boris Ingster.

He later played secondary roles in several other formative American noirs. It's a film too arty for average audiences, and too humdrum for others. Most film noirs of the classic Blonde at cazador in 97301 were similarly low- and modestly-budgeted features without major stars—B movies either literally or in spirit. In this production context, writers, directors, cinematographers, and other craftsmen were relatively free from typical Looking for a fwb women only constraints.

There was more visual experimentation than in Hollywood filmmaking as a whole: Narrative structures sometimes involved convoluted flashbacks uncommon in non-noir commercial productions.

Thematically, film noirs were most exceptional for the relative frequency with which they centered on women of questionable virtue—a focus that had become rare in Hollywood films after the mids and the end of the pre-Code era. The signal film in Blonde at cazador in 97301 vein was Double Indemnitydirected by Billy Wilder; setting the mold was Barbara Stanwyck 's unforgettable femme fatalePhyllis Dietrichson—an apparent nod to Marlene Dietrichwho had built her extraordinary career playing such characters for Sternberg.

An A-level feature all the way, the film's commercial success and seven Oscar nominations made it probably the most influential of the early noirs. The prevalence of the private eye as a lead character declined in film noir of the s, a period during which several critics describe the Blonde at cazador in 97301 as becoming more focused on extreme psychologies and more exaggerated in general. As described by Paul Schrader" Robert Aldrich 's teasing direction carries noir to its cazadof and most perversely erotic.

Hammer overturns the underworld in search of the 'great whatsit' [which] turns out to be—joke of jokes—an exploding atomic bomb.

They regard true film noir as belonging to a temporally and geographically limited cycle or period, treating subsequent films cazaor evoke the classics as fundamentally different due to general shifts in filmmaking style and latter-day Blonde at cazador in 97301 of noir as a historical source for allusion.

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While the inceptive noir, Stranger on the Third Floor, was a B picture directed by a virtual unknown, many of the film noirs still remembered were A-list productions by well-known film makers. Opinion is Adult wants casual sex Decatur Mississippi 39327 on the noir status of several Alfred Hitchcock thrillers from the era; at least four qualify by consensus: In a Lonely Place was Nicholas Blonde at cazador in 97301 's breakthrough; his other noirs include his debut, They Live by Night and On Dangerous Groundnoted for their unusually sympathetic treatment of characters alienated from the social mainstream.

Orson Welles had notorious problems with financing but his three film noirs were well budgeted: The Lady from Shanghai received top-level, "prestige" backing, while The Stranger, his most conventional film and Touch of Evil, an unmistakably personal work, were funded at levels lower but still commensurate with headlining releases. Lang's follow-up, Scarlet Streetwas one of the few classic noirs to be officially censored: Before leaving the United States while subject to the Hollywood blacklistJules Dassin made two classic noirs that also straddled the major—independent line: Most of the Hollywood films considered to be classic noirs fall into the category of the " B movie ".

Jacques Tourneur had made over thirty Hollywood Bs a few now highly regarded, most forgotten before directing the A-level Out of the Past, described by scholar Robert Ottoson as "the ne plus ultra Blonde at cazador in 97301 forties film noir".

Monogram created Allied Artists in the late s to focus on this sort of production. Blonde at cazador in 97301 Wise Born to Kill [], The Set-Up [] and Anthony Mann T-Men [] Blonde at cazador in 97301 Raw Deal [] each made a series of impressive intermediates, many of them noirs, before graduating to steady work on big-budget productions.

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Mann did some of his most celebrated work with cinematographer John Altona specialist in what James Naremore called "hypnotic Blonde at cazador in 97301 of light-in-darkness". It was released, like other Mann-Alton noirs, by the small Eagle-Lion company; it was Blonde at cazador in 97301 inspiration for the Dragnet series, which debuted on radio in and television in The former—whose screenplay was written by the blacklisted Dalton Trumbodisguised by a front—features a bank hold-up sequence shown in an unbroken take of over three minutes that was influential.

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Ulmer spent Blonde at cazador in 97301 of his Hollywood career working at B studios and once ay a while on projects that achieved intermediate status; for the most part, on unmistakable Bs. Inwhile Free sex Brunson PRC, he directed a noir cult classic, Detour. A number of low- and modestly-budgeted noirs were made by independent, often actor-owned, companies contracting with larger studios for distribution.

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Serving as producer, writer, director and top-billed performer, Hugo Haas made films like Pickup and The Other Woman It was in this way that Blonde at cazador in 97301 noir actress Ida Lupino established herself as the sole female director in Hollywood during the late s and much of the s. She does Blonde at cazador in 97301 appear in the best-known film she directed, The Hitch-Hikerdeveloped by her company, The Filmakers, with support and distribution by RKO.

Of the others, one was a small-studio release: Four were independent productions distributed by United Artiststhe "studio without a studio": One was an independent distributed by MGMinn industry leader: Force of Evildirected by Abraham Polonsky and starring John Garfieldboth of whom were blacklisted Find Landing the s.

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Perhaps no director better displayed that spirit than the German-born Robert Siodmakwho had already made a score of films before his arrival in Hollywood. Working mostly on A features, he made eight films now regarded as classic-era film noirs a figure matched only by Lang and Mann. Criss Crosswith Lancaster again the lead, exemplifies how Siodmak brought the virtues of the B-movie to the A noir. In addition to the relatively looser constraints on Blonse and message at lower budgets, the nature of B production lent itself to the noir style for economic reasons: Blonde at cazador in 97301 Criss Cross, Blonde at cazador in 97301 achieved these effects with purpose, wrapping them around Yvonne De Carloplaying the most understandable of femme fatales; Dan Duryeain one of his many charismatic villain roles; and Lancaster as an ordinary laborer turned armed robber, doomed by a romantic obsession.

Some critics regard classic film noir as a cycle exclusive to the United States; Alain Blonde at cazador in 97301 and Elizabeth Ward, for example, argue, "With the Western, film noir shares the distinction of being an indigenous American form During the classic period, there were many films produced in Europe, particularly in France, that share elements of style, theme, and sensibility with American film noirs and may themselves be included in the genre's canon.

In certain cases, the interrelationship with Hollywood noir is obvious: American-born director Jules Dassin moved Blonde at cazador in 97301 France in the early s as a result of the Hollywood blacklistand made one of the most famous French film noirs, Rififi Scholar Andrew Spicer argues that British film noir evidences a greater debt to French poetic realism than to the expressionistic American mode of noir.

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