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Christophe Caudroy
Mong Kok Bus Depot, 2011

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Ida Lupino in Road House  (Jean Negulesco, 1948)

“Of all the actresses associated with film noir, Ida Lupino (1918-1995) seems the most complex. Ms. Lupino could be as sultry and sassy as Lauren Bacall while projecting an aching vulnerability. As world-weary as Gloria Grahame, she never came across as fragile, particularly in her subsequent work as a director….

“Road House” may be Ms. Lupino’s defining vehicle.” – J. Hoberman, New York Times  

see full article in the NYTimes here