The Third Man (1949) (3/10)

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Directed by Sir Carol Reed, The Third Man is an exciting tale of a young American civilian who finds himself caught in a web of deceit in the political world of post-WW2 Vienna. While it released to underwhelming reviews in local Austria, it was praised worldwide for its innovative filming technique and for the theme of its plot, which is a biting criticism of America’s ignorance to western culture.

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