Odd Man Out
Dir. Carol Reed (1947). James Mason is unforgettable as a doomed fugitive IRA gunman in Reed's extraordinary and eccentric film which begins as a straightforward thriller, then splurges into the surreal. It's one of the top masterpieces of British cinema.
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