3 things about Edward Dmytryk’s CROSSFIRE

Crossfire [1947]

1. “Some of them are named Samuels. Some of them got funnier names.”
2. Empty moonlit patio.
3. “Where were you when he needed you? Maybe you were someplace having beautiful thoughts. Well, I wasn’t. I was in a gin mill, where all he had to do to see me was walk in and buy me a drink.”

A little preachy? Perhaps. But still relevant as hell.

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