Dir. Roman Polanski (1974) One of the first—and best—of the neo-noirs, Roman Polanski’s 1974 masterwork begins as a tale of marital infidelity, shifts to a saga involving vast municipal corruption involving the Los Angeles water supply, then becomes a Greek tragedy of unspeakable depravity.
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