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FROM NOIR CITY MAGAZINE NO. 30
Christa Faust pays tribute to her top ten portrayals of “women of a certain age” in film noir plus her honorable mentions and a prime selection from the neo-noir genre. READ
Sharon Knolle explores the noir genre’s dirties cops from the classic era through the turbulent seventies and into the modern era. READ
In this issue’s edition installment, Ben Terrall dives into Richard Brook’s novel The Brick Foxhole, the controversy around it, and its big screen adaption, Crossfire and the elements left out of it. READ