A lonely place...1950

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I found Dixon to be a very interesting character and I got the sense that him being the centre of a murder investigation gave him a sort of thrill. Dixon is also a tragic and unsympathetic character who will always take out his insecurities on other people and justify his wrong doings. The scene where he hit his long lasting friend and publisher and later on did not simplifies or apologise to him really showed Dixon's real colors.

Overall this movie is full of great quotes and for me is a 9 out of 10

Preserving the sanctity of cinema. Subtitles preferred, mainstream dismissed, and always in search of yet another film you have never heard of. I speak fluent French New Wave.