What examples do you see that fit with Nino Frank's contention that Laura is a "charming character study of furnishings and faces?"
Examples to me are the amazing apartment and his belongings. He even at one point is like, "Don't touch that!"
What do you think about how Preminger introduces the character of Waldo Lydecker in this scene?
I also consider him gay. His love for Laura doesn't seem to be "romantic." in any way. He just loved his artifacts.
In what ways can the opening of Laura be considered as an important contribution to the film noir style? Clocks tic