A scene from "High Wall" 1947 film noir, directed by Curtis Bernhardt. Robert Taylor (left) and Audrey Totter
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Noir Photography Inspiration
Film noir femme fatale. A vixen among women, the femme fatale is an iconic look.
Mike Mazurski & Dick Powell in publicity still for Murder, My Sweet (1944, dir. Edward Dmytryk), an adaptation of Raymond Chandler’s novel
Alan Ladd in "The Blue Dahlia" (1946)
Burt Lancaster walks into a world of trouble in The Killers (1946, dir. Robert Siodmak, co-starring Ava Gardner)
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Film Noir BORN TO KILL…one of my fave film noir's…the dialogue just bristles. (please follow minkshmink on pinterest)
Here, Joanna...you can include the modern stuff, and I'll include a hint of noir.