1. Chinatown - Directed by Roman Polanski
In his observation on the corruption occurring in America, Roman Polanski directed the film, "Chinatown" (1974). ... One of the tactics Polanski used to generate depth and provide varied moods was to create shadows through the use of windowpanes. ... Polanski uses the thematic device of the anti-hero protagonist who is basically a good guy but who sometimes makes questionable decisions. ... Polanski creates a mood of bleakness throughout the film. ... Polanski's use of the thematic and stylistic devices described above makes Chinatown a great example of postmodern neo-noir....
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