From: Cari Machet (email suppressed)
Date: Sun Feb 11 2007 - 12:01:31 PST
dead man by jarmusch
robert mitchum is in it - which is maybe the koolest thing about it
and the character of "nobody"
On 2/11/07, Sam Wells <email suppressed> wrote:
> Well "Kiss Me Deadly" might be the antithesis of the heroic individualism
> theme in this context; follows it and turns it back on itself....
> ("Pursued" is great - I can't remember its plot or premise but is
> literally the _darkest_ Western ever, no question...)
> I'm a film noir fan, and of course, individualism is what film noir is all
> about. For a modern film, "Memento" springs to mind. Classics, like "Out of
> the Past," and "D.O.A." are well known examples. Two underrated and lesser
> know favorites of mine are both film noir westerns, starring Robert Mitchum.
> They are "Pursued," and "Blood on the Moon."
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