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  1. Great lists above as well as the noir tropes. In terms of settings, I wholeheartedly agree that nighttime urban settings are the default noir location, but would it be fair to add desolate or rural landscapes, the kind found in: Nightfall 1956, Jacques Tourneur; ​They Live By Night 1948, Nicolas Ray; On Dangerous Ground 1951, Nicolas Ray; High Sierra 1941, Raoul Walsh; The Hitchhiker 1953, Ida Lupino and the more modern Fargo 1996, Coen Bros., film and TV series? Modern or Neo-Noir also include suburban locations: Blue Velvet 1986, David Lynch; Brick 2005, Rian Johnson. There a
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