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Ceansor

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  1. Wow! Talk about a femme fatale. One of the pillars of noir is firmly established here, not to mention the magnificent mood set by the lighting and the interplay with the moon. I was not particularly surprised because the set up in the e-mail had me expecting something shocking. Looking forward to getting the back story on the event.
  2. The best rain scene I have seen, and movies and trains were meant for each other. Dark, noisy, gritty with the men serving the relentless needs of the machine. Is disaster looming? What will happen in the tunnel? Will the train go off the tracks while going around the bend? Finally, the tension is eased as the train slows on its approach to the rail yard. We see a number of idle behemoth machines waiting to be served. The engineer checks his watch with no expression. Apparently they have arrived in Paris on time. All in a day's work. I don't know what happens next, but can't wait to f
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