The Third Man (BFI Film Classics)

By Rob White

After "The 3rd Man", Carol Reed was once hailed as one of many world's nice administrators. This name units out to appreciate what sort of artist Reed was once and no matter if he deserved such accolades. Rob White explores how the movie got here to be made and seeks to provide an explanation for its fascination.

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