Wed, 24 August 2016
In 1950, hit filmmaker Billy Wilder took on Hollywood's dark side head-on when he created Sunset Blvd. The story about a hack screenwriter (William Holden) who becomes dangerously intertwined with a reclusive former silent movie star (Gloria Swanson) ripped open tensiltown's obsession with age, sex and power that became a huge success with critics and audiences alike. But does the film deserves its close-up or does it belong face-down in the pool? MovieDude Eric, Kent & Lobster find out.
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Music provided by Johnny Ripper, "sundown"
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