Intention Note
"The Cue" is a heavy film influenced by the popular genre of the 40's and 50's, the Film Noir. It portrays a piece of assault within a bank and group members who resist distractions to succeed.
The story unfolds with a presentation of the characters, co-workers. A "working" that reveals itself is not as innocent as expected. This work is confronted with an option of tired women to make the work of the incutido.
As mentioned earlier, a short film culminated in a large body of research and admiration for American cinema of the 1940s and 1950s, entitled Billy Wilder's "Double Indemnity" (1944), Born to Kill (1947) by Robert Wise and The Lady of Shanghai (1947) by Orson Welles. The chance to get some elements like a Fatal Woman, twice in footage the Blonde Woman and the Redhead Woman. The presence of morally ambiguous protagonists such as Afonso. The environment was also strongly inspired, thus passing on the streets of Chicago, an urban environment. It also had inspiration in the Sicilian culture of the United States that arises with great dimension at the end of the century. And in the early 20th century. This report then led to the creation of mafia associations such as Cosa Nostra Americana, the organization to which Philip belonged.
Themes such as violent crime on the part of the female figure and nihilism in devaluation and death of meaning are explored.
This footage is suitable for the whole audience, as suggested by thrillers and police.
In the end it ends with an open end, but it is not an inevitability of the failure of the protagonist.
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