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A ruthless rogue preacher (Robert Mitchum) tries to get his hands on a fortune stolen by a man he met in prison.
“A lyrical depiction of Depression-era America, with tantalising echoes of Mark Twain’s tales of riverside life, enriched by razor-sharp expressionist lighting, and moments of dreamlike surrealism. One of the strangest, and greatest, films ever to emerge from Hollywood” – Geoff Andrew (former film editor of Time Out London)
“The story is like a fairy tale in its simplicity, yet seethes with adult complication … strikingly sinister, and yet deeply humane” – Kim Newman (1001 movies you must see before you die)
The film was made in 1955, and currently has a score of 8.1 out of 10 from over 46,000 votes on the Internet Movie Database (IMDb)
It's 93 minutes long, so should be finished around 10.20pm.
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