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Aaron Jones over 1 year ago
Stylish, brutal film noir set in a prison in the 40s... very cool. Lancaster's great.
CHRISTOPHER MULAI over 1 year ago
Matthew Bettencourt over 3 years ago
Commons almost 6 years ago
Jim Barton almost 6 years ago
Michael Morris almost 7 years ago
Brute Force (1947) is a brooding, brutal film noir, starring Burt Lancaster, Hume Cronyn and Charles Bickford. It was directed by Jules Dassin, with a screenplay by Richard Brooks and the cinematography by William H. Daniels. The film was among several film noirs made by Dassin during the postwar period. The others were Thieves' Highway, Night and the City and The Naked City. The film opens on a dark, rainy morning at Westgate Prison. Prisoners crammed into a small cell watch through the window as Joe Collins (Burt Lancaster) leaves his term in solitary confinement. Joe is angry and talks about escape. The beleaguered warden is under pressure to improve discipline. His chief of security, Capt. Munsey (Hume Cronyn), is a sadist who manipulates prisoners to inform on one another and create trouble so he can inflict punishment. The prison doctor (Art Smith) warns that the prison is a powder keg and will explode if they are not careful. He denounces Munsey's approach and complains that...
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