In a Lonely Place 1950 PG

8.15PM Wed 10 May 2017 (1hr 34mins)
GOMA | Cinema A | Ticketed

SYNOPSIS

Director Nicholas Ray would describe In a Lonely Place as the most personal film he ever made. The deep empathy he clearly felt for the characters in his film only strengthens its power as a raw character study. Humphrey Bogart (in a vulnerable performance that ranks among his best) stars as a screenwriter who falls for Laurel Gray (Gloria Grahame), the woman who helped him escape a murder charge. As both the suspicions of the police and the screenwriter's personal troubles fail to dissipate, Gray becomes increasingly conflicted about her new love. In a Lonely Place is a complex portrait of two people in a fraught relationship and one of the most stirring dramas to emerge from noir cinema.

CREDITS

35MM, BLACK AND WHITE, MONO, 94 MINUTES, UNITED STATES, ENGLISH / DIRECTOR: NICHOLAS RAY / PRODUCER: ROBERT LORD / SCRIPT: ANDREW SOLT, EDMUND H. NORTH / BASED ON THE NOVEL BY DOROTHY B. HUGHES / CINEMATOGRAPHER: BURNETT GUFFEY / EDITOR: VIOLA LAWRENCE / MUSIC: GEORGE ANTHEIL / CAST: HUMPHREY BOGART, GLORIA GRAHAME, FRANK LOVEJOY, MARTHA STEWART / PRODUCTION COMPANIES: COLUMBIA PICTURES CORPORATION, SANTANA PICTURES CORPORATION / PRINT SOURCE/RIGHTS: PARK CIRCUS / SCREENING FORMAT: 35MM

PG | Adult themes