A Video Review and Discussion of ‘The Third Man’ (1949)

I recently had the opportunity to talk film noir with Séan Weathers, an actual filmmaker and enthusiast of the genre. More specifically, we discussed one of our favorites, the 1949 movie The Third Man.

And my good friend Séan was kind enough to film it! 🙂 It’s edited skillfully with lots of awesome imagery from the movie!

Enjoy! 🙂

And, in case you’re wondering, here’s what a Dutch angle is.

Via Berkeleyside.

Bringing The Third Man home.

At least one of the best films ever. Or possibly the best example of a British film noir. 🙂


PS: Séan and I plan to keep this up do this again in a couple of weeks. So, keep your eyes and ears peeled! 🙂

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4 Responses to A Video Review and Discussion of ‘The Third Man’ (1949)

  1. moviefanman says:

    One of the most visually stunning films of all time; very Wellesian in the cinematography, but not made by Welles himself, though in some ways he did influence it. Very mice discussion.

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  2. I had a quick peek at the discussion & will be back later to enjoy it. But, in the meantime, thanks for showing us what a Dutch angle is.

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