• Revisiting The Anderson Tapes, Sidney Lumet's Wisely Paranoid Heist Film, 50 Years Later

    It was the first film that commented so boldly on the pervasiveness of electronic surveillance in our lives. Exactly one year after its release, a break-in at the Watergate Hotel would reveal just how prophetic it really was.

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    Comfort in the Uncomfortable: How Christopher Nolan Uses Noir to Get Weird

    At the start of his career, Christopher Nolan directed three films that embraced the tropes and spirit of noir. Beyond the shifty...

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