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  1. I own this film and have seen it many times. With this in mind I think its a little easier to decipher the nuances of the filming. First, the opening sequence is absolutely deliberate! In fact, I think this is the only movie I have ever seen that actually works in first person. What I can't decide is whether it is because of the black and white nature of the film or the choice that the director made in angles but if i had to guess it would be the later. Bogarts character needs to be hidden from view it adds suspense and brings us to the creepy, quack Doctor in the next scene. Which by th
  2. What wasn't more exotic than the far East in the 1940's. I love Betty but she's always too cool. I would have loved to see her mix it up a bit get a little crazy (off topic). The sun comes up and she stares at it as if the this is an important clue, not sure...Sweaty, Steamy, oozing with sexuality...One woman and a group of men on a distant plantation. Sure its not a gritty opening city scene but noir cool none-the-less. My question begs just what could her man have done out there??? Either way, you know he deserved it even if it was only for dragging her to that forsaken place...Can't w
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