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Lizabeth Scott

“What you call film noir I call ‘psychological drama.’ It reflects the fact that there are so many facets in human beings. And that is why I don’t know if anyone else calls it ‘psychological drama’ but I do. At that time, to myself, it was psychological and dramatic, because it showed all these facets of human experience and conflict, that these women [femme fatales] could be involved with their heart and yet could think with their mind.”

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    THE STRANGE LOVE OF MARTHA IVERS

    Lewis Milestone United States, 1946

    The world cinema lost one of its most unheralded sirens in Lizabeth Scott, a film noir goddess dubbed “The Threat” by Paramount’s PR team. See her rub shoulders with Barbara Stanwyck and Kirk Douglas in this gem, which was nominated for Best Original Story at the Oscars!

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    TOO LATE FOR TEARS

    Byron Haskin United States, 1949

    A slick and nasty take on the classic noir theme of an ordinary couple dragged into crime and perversion, Too Late For Tears hums with heat and passion. Byron Haskin’s film features femme fatale extraordinaire Lizabeth Scott and the noir stalwart Dan Duryea (Scarlet Street).

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