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Lady in the Lake (1947) was a film noir shot entirely in the first person POV, with the exception of 2 scenes where the protagonist broke the fourth wall to address the audience directly. Taken from the Raymond Chandler novel of the same name, it was adapted to the screen and directed by Robert Montgomery, who also "starred" as the character Phillip ...


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I have unashamedly copied a paragraph from this rather comprehensive article covering tinnitus as a movie trope - The Cine-Files - The Tinnitus Trope: Acoustic Trauma In Narrative Film They are discussing silence vs. whistling noise/ringing in ears [tinnitus] ...although Arthur Hiller’s The Out of Towners utilized the effect as early as 1970, ...


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I'm going to say "No", there isn't, and I'm going to say it confidently, even though my case isn't airtight. Rationale (you'll understand me not posting clips, I trust :)): Vibrators, in general, have appeared in movies about as long as movies have existed. But they couldn't have appeared in any mainstream (US) film prior to 1968, when the Hays Office was ...



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