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Redlips

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  1. I can't wait to see this entire movie; I had never heard of it before now. I watched the clip 3 times before I posted. No actual music until the train is coming into Le Havre; the engine, train on the tracks & the whistle make a rare & unique music of their own. When they go into the tunnel & we're in complete darkness--not for long, but enough to make you uneasy & know something will soon go wrong. I love Jean Gabin & look forward to his performance. The shot of us (amazing camera work & editing) riding the train track like a ghost; so seamless with a touch of dan
  2. The woman carrying the load of laundry reflects & foreshadows the burden of the fear felt in the town. Imagine how heavy it will be when they have to carry the next child victim. I loved the sweetness of the mother setting the table, stirring the pot as she waits for little Elsie. Elsie is almost hit by a car, then helped across the street by a policeman; but he is not there when the man is black appears.
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