Detailed analysis by Melvyn Stokes of the 1946 film noir, directed by Charles Vidor and starring Rita Hayworth, George Macready and Glenn Ford. As well as an account of the film's production and analysis of characterisation, narrative and cinematography, Stokes also looks at Hayworth's performance in the context of her career, the political dimensions of the film and its contribution to evolving concerns about male-female social relations. Includes a list of credits.
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