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  1. I think the first person POV did work fairly good. Yes some of the angles are hard to get with a camera, but over all worked OK. I did think it was better this way than trying to change Bogie's looks, he gets to be revealed as his new self when we see him for the first time after his surgery.
  2. I've never seen the movie Laura, but plan on seeing it tomorrow. Usually the person narrating is the detective, this one is different using who I'm assuming is the bad guy. I can see why Nino Frank's called it a charming character study of furnishings & faces. The opening focused more on the room than the characters. Also gives you some insight into who Waldo is or who he wants you to think he is.
  3. The shots & a dead man right at the start of the movie, combined with the full moon & shadows make it a great Noir beginning especially with the music.
  4. I like the way the opening scenes with the train, bridge, tunnel, etc are pretty much repeated at the movie just before Jacques suicide.
  5. I thought the opening with the kids chanting about the killer was a bit depressing. It wasn't like they were chanting about history or a myth, this was happening currently. Very fitting for a noir film.
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