A few moments into The Third Man I remembered how I'd been disappointed with it other times that I'd seen it. It's a slow build up (and difficult to follow due to the terrible acoustics for dialogue in Leeds Town Hall) but full of classic well known moments. Basically any time Orson Welles is on screen, or in the shadows, the film is amazing. The rest of the time the cinematography is fantastic but not a lot is happening.
November 10, 2013 at 11:33AM