Kiss Me Deadly (1955)

Release Date: 04 August 2003 | Certificate: Suitable for 12 years and over
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Robert Aldrich's brutal film-noir featuring Mickey Spillane's infamous private eye Mike Hammer. Stopping to pick up a semi-naked woman running down the highway, Mike (Ralph Meeker) wakes up to find the woman dead and himself in deep trouble. The FBI tell Mike to leave it alone, so he does just the opposite, beating and bullying his way into the conspiracy which surrounds a criminal group's efforts to reclaim a mysterious black container. This version includes recently rediscovered footage clarifying the film's famously enigmatic ending.

Trailer - 1. Original Theatrical Trailer
Release Date: 04 August 2003
Certificate: 12 - Suitable for Persons Aged 12 or Over

Region 2
Running Time: 101 minutes
Production Year: 1955
Main Language: English

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A great film noir that avoids all the cliches

The background sounds familiar; private detective rubbing the police up the wrong way. But this isn't run of the mill by any means. What gives it an edge is the good guy (Meeker, the detective) is nearly a bad guy and pulls no punches or moral hangups to get answers. Like when he threatens to smash the record collection of a music lover just to get answers. All drama and no laughs. Superb.



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