The Naked Kiss (1964)

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The Naked Kiss

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Directed By Samuel Fuller Samuel Fuller Starring Constance Towers Constance Towers  •  Anthony Eisley Anthony Eisley  •  Michael Dante Michael Dante  •  Virginia Grey Virginia Grey  •  Patsy Kelly Patsy Kelly Genres Crime Drama  •  Crime  •  Drama  •  Melodrama  •  Post-Noir  •  Psychological Drama Studios &
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The Criterion Collection  •  VCI Entertainment  •  1,000 Noir Films: They Shot Dark Pictures, Didn't They?
Release Info 1964-10-29T00:00:00Z October 29, 1964
B&W  •  90 minutes NR Rated NR
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topichtennis

topichtennis on 1/15/2011 Reply  · 

Samuel Fuller is a masterful story teller. The movie opens up in the midst of of woman slamming her purse into the camera. Little things like that make the movie pop. The other great thing about this movie is a strong female lead. You hardly ever see strong female characters in movies these days. But here Constance Towers beats up on men, women, prostitutes, and whoever gets in the way of her dream. The movie does lag a bit in places and unravels very happenstancely. I think I like Shock Corridor better than this one, but Fuller can direct a scene simplistically but powerfully like during the murder scene here.

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