Matthew Sweet explores his rules of 1940s and 50s American film noir thrillers: *Choose a dame with no past and a hero with no future *Use no fiction but pulp fiction *See America through a stranger's eyes *Make it any colour as long as it's black *It ain't what you say, it's the way that you say it.
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|Matthew Sweet||Himself - Presenter|
|Sheri Chinen Biesen||Herself - Author, 'Blackout: World War II & the Origins of Film Noir'|
|Adrian Wootton||Himself - Director of Crime Scene Festival|
|Elaine Donnelly Pieper||Director||