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The Woman on Pier 13 (1949, Robert Stevenson)

The Stop Button Posted by on Feb 8, 2012

The politics of The Woman on Pier 13 are more interesting than the film itself. While it’s rabidly anti-Communist, the film is pro-Union. It sets up the Communist Party (the USA branch—there’s no mention of Soviet ties) as an unimaginably devious and effective organization. There’s no motive read more

Non-Stop New York (1937, Robert Stevenson)

The Stop Button Posted by on Feb 6, 2012

I’d almost say Non-Stop New York has to be seen to be believed, but it might imply someone else should suffer through the film’s endless seventy-some minute running time. It’s a completely idiotic British attempt at an American proto-noir. The film opens in New York, so you have a read more

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