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Odd Man Out
A wounded IRA member faces betrayal on all sides when the British put a price on his head. Director Carol Reed (“The Third Man,” “Fallen Idol,” “Our Man in Havana”) blends film noir with poetic realism in a taut character study of faith, fate, and suffering. The movie tells the story of Johnny McQueen (James Mason)—chief of a rebel IRA group shot in a robbery—and the people who exploit and ultimately betray him. Mason, star of our noir double feature, delivers a hypnotic performance that he considered the best of his career. The noted cinematographer is Robert Krasker (“Brief Encounter,” “The Third Man.”)
Introduced by Noir expert, Tony Broadbent.
(UK, 115 minutes, 1947, 35 mm)
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