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Sirocco(1951)

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  • Sirocco (1951)

    • KJ
    • 7/6/17

    This is an odd and dark movie. I want to like it more than I do. The production design is good, with great looking scenes set in catacombs that look like Bogart is wandering through an MC Escher drawing. Bogart himself remains a presence, but the characters are all really unpleasant: Cobb's cuckolded Colonel is an abusive cur, his wife is naive and irritating, and the respective leaders of the French army and the Syrian resistance are equally dogmatic and repulsive. Maybe if they had followed the fatalism thru to the logical end they might have saved the film, but the "happy" (such as it is) ending rings false. Still, its a Bogart film and that makes it worth a single watch.

  • Sirocco (1951)

    • James Higgins
    • 2/11/10

    There are not very many Humphrey Bogart films that just don't work. It's not a bad film, but it is well below his usual standards. Part of the problem is Marta Toren. She has no charisma whatsoever, and there is no sparks at all with her and Bogie. It's bland and just not very involving. It is well produced.

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