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Film noir is a cineamatic term used to describe stylish Hollywood crime dramas, particularly those that emphasize cynical attitudes and sexual motivations. Hollywood's classic film noir period is generally regarded as the time period from the early 1940s to the late 1950s.  Film noir of this era is known for a shadowy, low-key black and white visual style.  Wikipedia

Detour
1945 / 67 min. / b&w

Shock
1946 / 70 min. / b&w

The Amazing Mister X
1948 / 78 min. / b&w

Impact
1949/ 111 min. / b&w

The Strange Love of Martha Ivers
1950 / 116 min. / b&w

D.O.A.
1950 / 83 min. / b&w

The Second Woman
1950 / 91 min. / b&w

The Capture
1950 / 91 min. / b&w

The Red House
1947 / 100 min. / b&w

The Well
1951 / 86 min. / b&w

The Thief
1952 / 85 min. / b&w

The Bigamist
1953 / 80 min. / b&w

The Hitch-Hiker
1953 / 71 min. / b&w

Jailbait
1954 / 71 min. / b&w

Please Murder Me
1956 /   min. / b&w

A Date With Death
1959 / 84 min. / b&w

Sinister Urge
1960 / 71 min. / b&w

The Other Side of Madness
1971 / 86 min. / b&w and color

Detour
1992 / 91 min. / color

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