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Sordid Cinema Podcast Rewind: Point Blank is One of the Greatest Crime Films

Point Blank (1967) Review

Way back on episode 126 of the Sordid Cinema Podcast, we reviewed John Boorman’s gritty, raw crime drama Point Blank, featuring superb performances by Lee Marvin and Angie Dickinson.

The 1967 thriller combines elements of film noir with stylistic touches of the European nouvelle vague and features a fractured timeline (similar to the novel’s non-linear structure), disconcerting narrative rhythms, and a carefully calculated use of film space.

Discussing the film is Ricky D, Simon Howell and former co-host, Ali McKinnon.

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