The Third Man – a very short review by Vago Damitio
Posted On February 7, 2013
The Third Man A very short review by Vago Damitio
I suppose this might have been the movie that personified a genre, but it didn’t work for me. I enjoyed it, but not enough to remember anything but annoyance. The message from the smirking Orson Wells, however, that killing people is what governments and business do wasn’t lost. Far too much needless betrayal of friendships and love though. Nice ending. The idea of post war Vienna split into four districts was a good platform to work on.