Noirvember 2020 in FIlms

Y’all this month was Noirvember 11!! I cannot even believe I’ve been doing this for that long. Every year more and more people (and libraries!) participate and it fills me with such joy (which is maybe the opposite of what noir should do???). I didn’t watch much this month beyond the one noir a day, but as always you can see everything I watched after the cut, plus a breakdown by decade and a few favorites.

  1. Blind Alley
  2. Beware, My Lovely
  3. Croupier
  4. The Sleeping City
  5. New York Confidential
  6. The Desperate Hours
  7. Slightly Scarlet
  8. The Killer That Stalked New York
  9. The Hot Spot
  10. City of Fear
  11. Night Editor
  12. The Dark Past
  13. La vita davanti a sé (The Life Ahead)
  14. Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead
  15. Monsoon (2020)
  16. Motherless Brooklyn
  17. The Big Steal
  18. The Night Holds Terror
  19. Fourteen Hours
  20. Døden er et kjærtegn (Death is a Caress)
  21. Street of Chance
  22. Loophole
  23. Night Moves (1975)
  24. Strange Impersonation
  25. Abandoned
  26. Quicksand
  27. The Big Night
  28. Hillbilly Elegy
  29. Ladies In Retirement
  30. Take One False Step
  31. Commuters
  32. A Kiss Before Dying (1956)
  33. Manhandled
  34. M (1951)

1880s: 0
1890s: 0
1900s: 0
1910s: 0
1920s: 0
1930s: 1
1940s: 10
1950s: 14
1960s: 0
1970s: 2
1980s: 0
1990s: 2
2000s: 1
2010s: 1
2020s: 3

Beware, My Lovely, 1952 (dir. Harry Horner)

Before The Devil Knows You’re Dead, 2007 (dir. Sidney Lumet)

Motherless Brooklyn, 2019 (dir. Edward Norton)

Monsoon, 2020 (dir. Hong Khaou)

M, 1951 (dir. Josephy Losey)

So that was Noirvember – again my 11th!! – and what a Noirvember it was. I’m hoping this month I’ll catch up on a bunch of 2020 films I let slip, but who knows!

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