So Dark the Night | reviewed by: William O'Donnell | March 1, 2019
A bit of an odd noir film whose tone changes rather radically from one act to the other. Starts jaunty then becomes a psycho-thriller.
|genre||Crime | Drama|
|synopsis||Inspector Cassin, a renowned Paris detective, departs to the country for a much-needed break. There he falls in love with the innkeeper’s daughter, Nanette, who is already betrothed to a local farmer. On the evening of their engagement party, Nanette and the farmer both disappear. Cassin takes up the case immediately to discover what happened to them and who is responsible.|
|lead actors||Steven Geray | Micheline Cheirel | Eugene Borden | Ann Codee | Egon Brecher | Helen Freeman|
|director||Joseph H. Lewis|