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Ill Met by Moonlight

British guerrillas plot the capture of a German general in occupied Crete. This 1957 film by Michael Powell, easily the most visually adept (and extravagant) of all British directors, is very seldom shown, and it doesn't have a strong reputation. Still, I'd say it was worth a look, if only for the typical flourish of Powell perversity represented by his decision to shoot the film almost entirely at night. With Dirk Bogarde and Marius Goring. 104 min.


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