Set of 9 film noir movie postcards: Too Late for Tears> (1949), directed by Byron Haskin, The Strange Love of Martha Ivers (1946), directed by Lewis Milestone, Suddenly (1954), directed by Lewis Allen, The Hitch-Hiker (1953), directed by Ida Lupino, Detour (1953), directed by Edgar G. Ulmer, DOA (1949), directed by Rudolph Maté, Kansas City Confidential (1952), directed by Phil Carlson, The Stranger (1946), directed by Orson Welles, Scarlet Street (1945), directed by Fritz Lang
Size: 13 X 18 cm (5 X 7 inches)
I am an optimistic by nature, but I hate forced happy endings. Maybe that’s why film noir is my favourite genre. I regard it as a prime contributor to restoring the balance disrupted by the traditional notion of a Hollywoodian happy ending.
These conversation-starting postcards are a classic addition to the home of any serious film lover. The postcard size is perfect to create a gallery wall or display on a shelf, or as a thoughtful gift for someone dear who loves the classics (not just the movies). This size fits into ready made frames.