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The Third Man


Joseph Cotten, Alida Valli, Orson Welles, Trevor Howard View All


Carol Reed (Director), Graham Greene (Screenplay) View All

Release: Feb. 1st, 1949
Runtime: 1 hour, 44 minutes
An American pulp writer arrives in post-WWII Vienna only to find that the friend who waited for him is killed under mysterious circumstances. The ensuing mystery entangles him in his friend's involvement in the black market, with the multinational police, and with his Czech girlfriend.
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The Third Man begins on Holly Martin (Joseph Cotten) arriving at postwar Vienna to visit his childhood friend, Harry Lime (Orson Welles).
When it comes down to those modern day masterpieces or highly acclaimed classics, you are either going to be that first man who praises the film; that second man who despises the film; or you can be the third man, who are left standing between two different opinions, not knowing quite what to make of it I'm that third man.
Citizen Rules
The Third Man is a intelligently written film noir, with exceptional acting and fine directing.


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