In August 1947, RKO released a tingling film noir entry called “Crossfire.” It had been shot in 24 days for just $250,000. Eclipsed months later by Elia Kazan’s “Gentleman’s Agreement,” a glossier film that dealt with the same issue, it stands as the first American film to confront the issue of anti-Semitism at a time when this scourge was even more prevalent in our society.Read More
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