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The Third Man
Genre: Mystery / Thriller
Director(s): Carol Reed
Release Date: 01 January 1949
Movie rating: 8.2
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What is the movie The Third Man about?
If you are a fan of Orson Welles, you are going to love The Third Man. This is a thriller from 1949 and definitely one of the greatest movies of all time. We would like to mention the IMDb rating of 8.4 which is quite high for the movies of this period. Carol Reed is the director, we can say thanks to the writer Graham Greene, and of course marvelous Welles as Harry Lime, Joseph Cotten, Alida Valli, Trevor Howard, Bernard Lee, and other stunning actors and actresses. The Third Man is one of the movies about the World War II period, but this time the focus is not on the War itself, but on the pulp fiction writer who cannot find a job. His name is Holly Martins and he arrives in Vienna where he gets a job offer from his school friend played by Orson Welles. Upon arriving to this city, he realizes that Harry has just died and that is when the movie starts to become more and more interesting. After attending his funeral, he sees a gorgeous woman called Anna Schmidt and realizes that she was Harry's lover. During the investigation, he starts learning more about Harry's life and that is when the art of directing is on the highest level for sure. The Third Man is one of those movies that you definitely do not want to miss.
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Devisser Holzer @ 13-Jul-2014 20:47 Report a spam

The “Third Man” is a film that doesn’t resemble a movie shot in the 40s, but like of the late 60s/early 70s. This film serves wonderful example of classic noir greatest films. The movie has it all -- amazing visuals, sounds, dialogue, and acting to tell a thrilling story and comment about the atmosphere after WWII. I just recently watched a restored 35mm version of “The Third Man”. The crisp black and white visuals of a bombed out Vienna are so breath-taking. Shadows are everywhere. The unique way Krasker tilts the camera in some shots adding to the disorientation of the plot. The cinematography is backed by strong performances by Welles, Cotten, and Italian actress Vali. The writing of Greene is wonderful; you can see the plot twisting around Cotten tightly. But what makes The Third Man so great is its historical commentary. On one level The Third Man is a story of betrayal and corruption in a post-war, occupied Vienna. On the other hand, it is giving the audience a glimpse of the mood of Europe after the Great War.

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