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The Big Sleep (1946)
P365 Film #200
This is a fairly typical film-noir from the 40s, with the only major difference for me being that it was much more complex and convoluted than any other of its type that I’ve seen. There were so many characters’ names to remember as well as their relationships to each other and what each one wanted - I honestly couldn’t keep up. I’m not sure if this makes it brilliant or terrible. Nor which one it makes me. Forgetting the storyline, it was still a really great film. It was shot well and Humphrey Bogart was his usual super-cool private detective. So, yeah, it was good, but not my favourite film-noir, nor my favourite film-noir with Bogart - that probably goes to The Maltese Falcon (1941). 

The Big Sleep (1946)

P365 Film #200

This is a fairly typical film-noir from the 40s, with the only major difference for me being that it was much more complex and convoluted than any other of its type that I’ve seen. There were so many characters’ names to remember as well as their relationships to each other and what each one wanted - I honestly couldn’t keep up. I’m not sure if this makes it brilliant or terrible. Nor which one it makes me. Forgetting the storyline, it was still a really great film. It was shot well and Humphrey Bogart was his usual super-cool private detective. So, yeah, it was good, but not my favourite film-noir, nor my favourite film-noir with Bogart - that probably goes to The Maltese Falcon (1941)