The Black Dahlia

Brian De Palma's handsome adaptation of James Ellroy's feverish novel, which uses the notorious "Black Dahlia" murder case to explore a seething, CHINATOWN-like stew of Southern California ambition, hypocrisy and dream-shattering sleaze, is a ludicrous mishmash undermined by ghastly performances and a hopelessly convoluted screenplay. Los Angeles, 1946:...read more

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