Drama • 1950 • 1 hr 50 min
A great film about the sunset years of the silent era of Hollywood.
Classic, fantastic and beautiful. Great script and material and storyline.
Excellent film noir just dripping with atmosphere. Great characters, great script, great ending.
Give this FILM a close-up by checking it out!
A noir classic that deserves to be seen by anyone who loves movies.
A lot of “classics” can be considered overrated. This one cannot.
One of my favorites,best movie directed billy wilder
Really interesting characters, you feel bad for her and yet empathize with the protagonist’s feelings of being trapped
Film about making film in the 50's. Classic and timeless. "...I'm ready for my close-up".
"i am big. it's the pictures that got small" the writing by Billy wilder is wonderful. The story is relevant to this today. It's a classic.
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