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“Classic noirs from the ‘40s and ‘50s reflected and amplified the anxieties of traumatized men returning to a changed America after WWII, whereas these ‘90s counterparts applied that sort of doomy, old-fashioned fatalism to structural social injustice. It’s a cozier fit than a lot of audiences at the time might have been comfortable with.” – Sean Burns, The ARTery

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