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PREVIOUSLY PLAYED

IN A LONELY PLACE

12:30  4:15  8:00*  10:00

Friday, December 11

(1950) When hard-drinking, chip-on-his-shoulder screenwriter Humphrey Bogart finds himself a homicide suspect, he turns to girl-across-the-courtyard Gloria Grahame for an alibi. But then Bogie gives a too-real reenactment of the murder. From the novel by Dorothy B. Hughes. 35mm. Approx. 91 min.

Reviews

“A radical demystification of the classic Bogart hero.”
– Robert Sklar

“The Noir atmosphere of deathly paranoia frames one of the screen’s most adult and touching love affairs.”
– Geoff Andrew, Time Out (London)