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Considered one of the twentieth century’s finest English novelists, Graham Greene’s tendency to place his characters and their struggles in a world filled with suffering in a context of suspense and adventure has proved a potent mix for filmmakers, with Greene’s work having been adapted for the screen dozens of times (including Neil Jordan’s 1999 take on The End Of The Affair).

Here we present probably the best known of these adaptations, Carol Reed’s The Third Man (1949), alongside the pair’s earlier collaboration, The Fallen Idol (1948), for which Greene received an Oscar nomination, and Richard Attenborough’s startling turn in Brighton Rock (1947).


Graham Greene Pass

The Third Man
1h 44m Mystery, Thriller 1949

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