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February 2018

  Welcome to I Spy, a new column at CutPrintFilm that delves into the history of espionage capers, from psychological thrillers, political-tinged potboilers, comedies and extravagant action-adventures escapades.  For the maiden entry, we shall take a look at the 1963 Stanley Donen directed film, Charade. By 1963,

Golden Exits is the least clean and most overwritten of Alex Ross Perry's filmography, resulting in a mostly suffocating mood where everything is explained (even the title).