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  1. Nino Frank’s essay, "A New Kind of Police Drama: the Criminal Adventure”, written in 1946, explains how the formula of most Hollywood films have the story unravel at the end of the film where the audience becomes less interested in the story and characters. Otto Preminger’s Laura, takes you right into the heart of the matter as Detective McPherson interrogates the first suspect, Waldo Lydecker. With no previous plot or story to follow, the first impression of the movie automatically has the audience investigating and judging Waldo by trying to find clues and get a sense of his character by o
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