86 min., USA 1947, Italian version, directed by Edward Dmytryk, with Robert Mitchum, Gloria Grahame and Robert RyanThree soldiers, demobbed at the end of the war, are involved in the death of a Jewish trooper. A detective investigates the crime without imagining that racism could be the motive. This rare example of a socially committed noir, which was to win an award at Cannes, is based on a novel by future movie director Richard Brooks.
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