Humoresque (DVD - SONE 1)
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The greatness of John Garfield was that he was a tough guy who wasn't afraid to wear his sensitivity on his sleeve. What makes this such a great film is that director Jean Negulesco and his two writers (including Clifford Oddets) construct a complex web of ambiguity around Garfield's own torment. He's a violin virtuoso from the slums of New York who rises to the top with the assistance of socialite Joan Crawford (who was never better). There's a sexual intensity to his art that she wants to possess, and there's a vulnerability behind her lacerating façade that he wants to expose. They play each other like a couple of virtuosos, stripping each other's spirit away. What helps transcend this depression-era class struggle is its cool sophistication. It's a sublime noir about loneliness. Everyone knows his dream has hit a dead end, except Garfield. He refuses to give up, even after his soul is long gone
- New Featurette The Music of Humoresque
|Antall disker||1||Spilletid||2 timer 3 minutter|
|Aldersgrense||11||Undertekster||Engelsk, Fransk, Spansk|
|Lydformater||Mono 2.0 (Engelsk)||Bildeformater||Fullscreen 4:3, Sort/Hvitt|
|Regissør||Jean Negulesco||Skuespillere||Joan Crawford, John Abbott, John Garfield, Oscar Levant|