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    Film Noir tends to be defined by a distinct expressionist style and is generally in black and white. Lucky Number Slevin is anything but black and white as it ducks and dives between varying stylised devices. Bursting with colour, action and texture, the plot develops much like a comic book or a graphic novel, rich in playful, visual storytelling. The use of on screen cliches such as soft, blurred dream sequences and dramatic, desaturated recollections attempt to balance the conventional and the unconventional. It is unusual to see these tropes utilised so intrepidly in cinema. Combining mulittudes of different eras of furniture, wallpaper and interior design allows these elements to come together to communicate and support the cast in developing the plot. The wallpaper prints are consistently used to emote beyond the characters, objects such as a fridge or a sweater are formed in such a manner that they become artworks in their own respects. Without doubt we are dealing with a film noir crime/thriller but it’s cartoonish eccentricity carries it beyond convention.

    110 min - Crime - 7 april 2006 (USA)

    • Director: Paul McGuigan
    • Writers: Jason Smilovic
    • Copyrights: The Weinstein Company, Ascendant Pictures, FilmEngine VIP 4 Medienfonds, Capitol Films, Complex, The Lucky Number Slevin Productions Inc. & Mel's Cite du Cinema
    • Set designers: Suzanne Cloutier, Normand Robitaille & Caroline Alder
    • Cast: Josh Hartnett (Slevin Kelevra), Bruce Willis (Mr. Goodkat), Lucy Liu (Lindsey), Morgan Freeman (The Boss), Ben Kingsley (The Rabbi) & More
    • The Rabbi's Dinning Chair