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  1. Just a quick grammar question: Is the plural of film noir--films noir (like sisters-in-law) or film noirs (like most plurals just add an "s" to the end)? My take is the first--films noir. When you Google it you get both. But even the Film Noir Foundation and other "experts" have used "film noirs" in their writing or have avoided the choice altogether by phrases such as "films that are noir" or just plain "noirs". What do you know about this? What do you use? And can you source your choice so we know if it's a verified use or just your own personal one? Thanks in advance. Don't know why but stuff like this bugs me and when I write reviews I really like to be right, ya know?
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