Gun Crazy

Gun Crazy

Erotism and violence are the main ingredients in the film noir Gun Crazy. Like a lot of films of that era, this black and white movie from 1950 shows criminality scenes and loads of suspense. This crime drama was directed by director Joseph H. Lewis starring Peggy Cummins and John Dall and it’s considered one of the best American films of all time and had influenced so many films like the recent Baby Driver or even the remake of Tamra Davis in 1992. A must see!

Film: Witness for the Prosecution

Film: Witness for the Prosecution

This month, and before the Filmmuseum of Munich closes its doors for the summer holidays, you will have the opportunity to enjoy the film series “Krimiautorinnen” (literally Crime Authors). One of the films that will be screened in the Filmmuseum is Witness for the Prosecution, a Billy Wilder‘s film from 1957. The movie is a film noir based on the play with the same name by Agatha Christie,¬†starred by Marlene Dietrich, Tyrone Powell, and Charles Laughton. The plot is about a trial and the mysteries and lies that involve. We…