Kenneth Turan’s DVD Pick of the Week: Black and White Cinematography in 1940s Hollywood

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Опубликовано 15 января 2019, 2:19
Hollywood in the 1940s was a golden age of black and white cinematography, and these two new discs from the Criterion Collection highlight two of the most memorable.
Alfred Hitchcock’s celebrated “Notorious” featured top stars Cary Grant and Ingrid Bergman in a story of spies and seduction set against the background of World War II.
“The Magnificent Ambersons,” a nuanced tale of how societal change came to the upper class of an American town, was the great disappointment of Orson Welles’
career, never released in the form he intended.
Both films feature gorgeous cinematography and, because Criterion is involved, both discs have numerous special features.


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