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Frame Rate:
30 fps
English 2.0  
Run Time:
147 min
IMDB Rating:
9.7 / 10 
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Directors: Craig Hepworth [Director] ,

Movie Description:
NOIR transports you back to a time of black and white movies of the 30s, 40s and 50s. It's New York City, a single spotlight illuminates a detective sat at his desk, fog swirls around his feet as he lights his cigarette, jazz music echoes all around, Welcome to the world of NOIR. Veronica Smart is a beautiful 40-year-old woman married to her husband Cliff for 16 years, always wanting to be a star, she has now grown tired of the marriage and wants out. Meeting a group of teenagers at the local school she works, sets in motion a plan that will include seduction, passion, lies, manipulation and murder. Now available on Prime Video in the UK and USA. —Karl Burge


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2 for amateur attempt, 0 for professional film.

Look, we all have to start somewhere, but thank God everyone's first filmic efforts are not pushed into the public eye since most are embarrassing.

Hoorah for the folks that made this - you found something to keep you busy during COVID.

With or without the disclaimer at the beginning, anyone with a discerning eye can see in very short order this is not a professional piece - the choices are all wrong for film.

It feels more like a high school production made by some nice folks who just discovered Film Noir and want to tell you all about it. It is fun in places (in a campy, local theatre way) and if you like that kind of unfinished, and amateur quality but with a bit of heart, then by all means, give it a watch. But don't waste your money on it if you think you are about to watch a true film noir. That it is not.

Hopefully the folks who made Noir, if they are serious about making the switch into film, will come back after some time and effort spent on learning some film craft. And a little humility in the face of the daunting task of making a professional, well-wrought film.

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The disclaimer says it had no budget, was shot on phones and has issues with sound and visual. The reviews on here are begging ppl to take this into account , that it's not film its a theatre show recorded!

Yet they still ask for £8 to watch it!!! No much business sense. They mustnt have yet reached that part of the curriculum on their film course. Students!

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I can't believe someone invested money into this production. How does anyone think that this could work? To put time and energy into it, to sit and watch it and think it's worthy enough to go on line for a price! There wasn't really anything original about this!
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