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The Strange Love of Martha Ivers

The Strange Love of Martha Ivers
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Kristy

"walter"... no one pronounces that name the way Barbara Stanwyck does.

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AJ

I also enjoyed the film very much so. At first I liked the twisted perspective on family life, especially given this films context of coming out (late 40's). The lighting of this film is also reminiscent of noire which also has some grotesque story points at time. Barbra Stanwyck's ...Read more

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Allie

really good!

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