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Kiss of Death is a 1947 American film noir directed by Henry Hathaway and written by Ben Hecht and Charles Lederer from a story by Eleazar Lipsky. The story revolves around an ex-con played by Victor Mature and his former partner-in-crime, Tommy Udo (Richard Widmark in his first film). The movie also starred Brian Donlevy and introduced Coleen Gray in her first billed role.[4] The film has received critical praise since its release, with two Academy Award nominations.




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Zanuck promised Mature he would keep him away from musicals and stuck to that, casting him in the period thriller Moss Rose; Mature received a $50,000 bonus after shooting completed.[33] His next film was the film noir, Kiss of Death, which had been developed specifically as a vehicle for him.[34] The movie, shot mostly on location in New York, was not a particularly big hit, but was popular, earned Mature some of his best reviews and turned Richard Widmark into a star.


Mature still had an obligation to make a movie at RKO, which dated from before the war. He was announced for Battleground and before eventually being cast in a serious drama about football, Interference, which became Easy Living in 1949, with Lucille Ball.[38]


While Samson was in postproduction, Paramount used Mature in another film, co-starring with Betty Hutton in Red, Hot and Blue, his first musical in a number of years.[42] It was not particularly popular, and Easy Living was a flop, but Samson and Delilah earned over $12 million during its original run, making it the most popular movie of the 1940s, and responsible for ushering in a cycle of spectacles set in the Ancient World.


In late 1949, Mature was meant to fulfill another commitment at RKO, Alias Mike Fury (the new title for Mr Whiskers). Mature refused to make the movie and was put on suspension by Fox.[44] The script was rewritten and Mature ended up making the film, which was retitled Gambling House.[45]


The Robe had been in development in Hollywood for over a decade. In December 1952, Mature signed to play Demetrius in two movies, The Robe and a sequel, Demetrius and the Gladiators.[56] The films were shot consecutively.[57]


The Robe, the first CinemaScope movie to be released (ahead of How to Marry a Millionaire, which was actually the first film shot in the new process), was an enormous success, one of the most popular movies of all time.[58] Veils of Bagdad was not as popular, but Demetrius and the Gladiators was another hit.


In 1954, Mature signed a two-picture deal with Columbia Pictures, giving him script and co-star approval, at $200,000 a film.[65] The first movie he made under this contract was The Last Frontier (1955).


Mature finally made a movie for his own production company, Romina Productions, in conjunction with United Artists and Batjac Productions: China Doll, directed by Frank Borzage, with whom Mature co-produced. Mature and Borzage announced they would also make The Incorrigibles and Vaults of Heaven.[71]


Mature made another movie for Romina and Batjac, a Western, Escort West. It was released by United Artists, which also distributed Timbuktu, a French Foreign Legion adventure tale that Mature made for producer Edward Small and the director Jacques Tourneur.


Mature was reunited with producer Irwin Allen for The Big Circus, shot in early 1959.[73] He then made his second film for Warwick under his two-picture contract with them, The Bandit of Zhobe, following this with an Italian peplum, aka "sword-and-sandal" movie, Hannibal, with Mature in the title role. It was shot in Italy, as was The Tartars with Orson Welles. Mature then retired from acting.[28]


After five years of retirement, he was lured back into acting by the opportunity to parody himself in After the Fox (1966), co-written by Neil Simon. Mature played "Tony Powell", an aging American actor who is living off his reputation from his earlier body of work. In a similar vein in 1968, he played a giant, The Big Victor, in Head, a movie starring The Monkees. Mature enjoyed the script while admitting it made no sense to him, saying "All I know is it makes me laugh."[citation needed]


He came out of retirement again in 1971 to star in Every Little Crook and Nanny and again in 1976 along with many other former Hollywood stars in Won Ton Ton, the Dog Who Saved Hollywood. His last feature film appearance was a cameo as a millionaire in Firepower in 1979, while his final acting role was that of Samson's father Manoah in the TV movie Samson and Delilah in 1984. In a 1971 interview, Mature quipped about his decision to retire:


The screen cuts black after the roar ending, as the roar echoes. Then the credits roll. This monster is the baby in the original first film, but an adult at least 19 years later. 2008 to 2028 in the movie franchise. The monster was also seen and involved a few times in the movie before it appeared in the ending, when Michael parks his car near a destructed colony of buildings, a massive shadow of a giant monster, which is possibly Clover is seen beyond the buildings, before a girl can be screaming in the background as it echoes. Later, when Michael is in the shelter with Molly, he is contacting someone, that's when the lights flash very red, and everything begins rumbling, Michael ran to protect Molly, fighter jet missile sounds can be heard, and some explosions and rumbling, then a loud howling and screeching sound can be heard in the background, which is possibly the Cloverfield monster.


The word for life in Spanish ought to be Almodovar. As in Pedro, the writer-director and all-round vital force in two decades of mostly terrific movies. He loves to tell stories, whether in his 13 features or across a restaurant table.


This enchanting chatterbox, with the round face and electrified hair of a Madrid muppet, makes you believe the oldest myth of cinema: that the magic is real, that movie people in person are as delightful, as bigger-than-life, as they are on the giant screen. Thus the truest compliment to pay his movies--those tangy, nourishing stews of bent men and brave... To continue reading: responsiveAd(className: "subscribe-link",ads: [type: "desktop",size: "142x70",cm: position: "subscribebtn", type: "text",type: "tablet",size: "142x70",cm: position: "subscribebtn", type: "text",// Mobile 300type: "mobile",size: "142x70",config: zone: "219200",site: "28275",size_x: "142", size_y: "70",type: "-1"]); or Log-In


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One of the most accomplished, sure-handed films of the Sundance Film Festival, "The Second Mother" is straightforward, socially aware and deeply rooted, not only in Brazilian but in world society class structures. That it It is also deeply rooted within the psyches of the actors and the director is what makes it so powerfully effective upon the audience.Writer-director Anna Muylaert wrote the first version of this movie twenty years ago when she had her first child. It was called "The Kitchen Door" and was a magical realism story of a domestic servant who was a magician in her own village who could read the future of peopleTwenty years ago when she had her first child, "normal" meant you brought in a nanny to care for your child and do all the housework. Anna was working and her boss assured her she would barely be able to manage three months at home when Anna informed her that she planned to take a year off to care for her child.Her circle of friends was also aghast at the idea of her doing everything for her child And cooking dinner for them as guests. They persuaded her to bring in help at least twice a week. When the help came and told her to go relax, and closed the door on her, she began to write this script. For a year she had stayed at home to care for her child and during that time she had written books for television which earned her enough money to buy the house next door which became her office.For herself, the idea of having a full time caretaker was confusing. When she was seven, her family hired a nanny. Anna recalled that at her school she was told to draw a picture of her family and she didn't know whether or not to include the nanny in the picture. Her younger sister was three and was so attached to the nanny that she is now the nanny of her children.When Anna was 20 and moved out of her home, she realized she didn't know how to keep house, to clean, to cook, to do anything on her own. How stupid the middle and upper classes were, knowing nothing about life. She realized the power of the poor who knew how to cope with their own as well as their employers' lives.Nineteen years after having her first child she returned to this script. Brazil had changed by this time. Brazil elected a president from the Workers Party. Labor laws were enacted that practically eradicated live-in labor. Maids no longer lived at their bosses' home because labor laws required paying them overtime.Anna sat down and rewrote the script just as it was going into production. She made the nanny's daughter Jennifer, noble and strong enough to stand up to separatist social rules, throwbacks to the colonial past. She is full of curiosity and force of will, and she demands her due, her citizen rights. She offers a character model, a role model to be discussed after watching the movie. Anna considers her a super hero.Val is a live-in housekeeper who takes her work seriously. She wears a crisp maid's uniform while serving perfect canapés; she serves her wealthy Sao Paolo employers day in and day out while lovingly nannying their teenage son whom she raised since toddlerhood. In order to do this to earn a living, she had to leave her own child in others' hands.Everyone and everything in the elegant house has its place until one day, Val's ambitious, clever daughter Jessica arrives from Val's hometown to take the college entrance exams. Jessica's confident, youthful presence upsets the unspoken yet strict balance of power in the household; Val must decide where her allegiances lie and what she's willing to sacrifice.Val herself has an inner strength which reveals itself in the course of the movie. In real life, this actress, Regina Case, is very strong, very influential, famous and wealthy. With a career of more than forty years, she is known for her work on stage, film and television. She is one of the most important artistic talents in Brazil today. She will soon be seen in the upcoming Emmanuel Benbihy franchise, "Rio, I Love You."She produces For television and has a huge television following on TV Globo's "Esquenta!" which brings popular cultural personalities to the public. As an actress, she is like an anthropological museum, says Anna. She can display the characteristics of every sort of human being, recreating their gestures and personae exactly from a lifetime of research and re-creation.When Anna directs, she likes the actors to suggest variations to the scripted words. Shooting digitally makes this even easier, and in this regard, the actors help write the script. Regina, with her broad range of experience and her own great reservoir of talent was a great resource.I asked Anna what were her favorite films that she had directed. After some thought she said her first film, "Durval Discos" (2002) and this one. "The Second Mother" is more mature and a result of years of struggle. It has great actors and the cinematography by Uruguayan Dp, Barbara Alvarez_ ("Whisky") has created a particular look. The songs are also special. The crew worked very well together and the producers, brothers Caio and Fabiano Gullane, Débora Ivanov and Gabriel Lacerda were great. Caio worked with her on her last film, "Chomado a cobrar," as well. Gullane produced "A Wolf at the Door" and "Amazonia 3D".It was not at all easy making this film. The star was so big; she is very critical and very forceful. But everyone was giving their best. She herself was totally devoted to the film for nine months, from July 2013 when she rewrote it to its completion in March 2014.Anna's next film has been shot in November and December of 2014. She will go to the Berlinale where The Match Factory will offer it in the market and then home to rest for ten days before editing it. Its title, coincidentally is "There's Only One Mother". It's about two teenagers who don't know each other...the same actress plays both their mothers.Perhaps we will see the new film in Cannes 2015. 041b061a72


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