Tonight’s feature DETOUR . Something great from my favorite genre film noir.
"Man is involved in two freakish accidents that make him look like a murderer. Poverty row masterwork that is the most precise elucidation of the noir theme of explicit fatalism." – noir expert Spencer Selby
Low budget director Edgar G. Ulmer cemented his reputation with this
downbeat film noir masterpiece."Detour" was so much applauded by film buffs, it has now reached classical cult status in film lore and is even revered by noted directors such as Martin Scorsese. It was first held-up by the French movie critics as a work of true art, when they discovered the neglected film in 1950 (not sure if this the same time they discovered Jerry Lewis.)
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