Brian De Palma’s The Black Dahlia, from a screenplay by Josh Friedman, based on the novel by James Ellroy, managed to baffle me for most of its two-hour running time during a last-minute preview screening before its theatrical release. I hadn’t read either the novel or the copious program notes provided by the Universal publicists Read More
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