Dark Journey

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charles

I like spy movies. This one was fun, and had plenty of syrup. Enjoyed it, but I also took Wendy's comment into consideration. The setting is 1918, but the styles are 1937. A little awkward, but I can see why Leigh wanted to look stylish because at the time this movie was being made she ...Read more

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Wendy

This is not film noir as it was made in 1937. Film noir are stylish Hollywood crime films made 1944 to 1954.  I only watched this film because  Vivien  Leigh is in it and it's a classic film. She is good and indeed lights up the screen. The plot was difficult  to follow.  And  what really ...Read more

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Sara

Good Noir film!

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